Georgia is a state rich with lakes, and no two are the same around here. From expansive mountain reservoirs to quiet, riverine lakes fed by the Chattahoochee, we’ve got the scoop on where and how to enjoy the Peach State’s freshwater amenities. Here are 35 of the most amazing lakes in Georgia that you’ve got to check out!
Bell Mountain Park and Historical Site doesn’t require a hike, but the views will make you think you’ve traversed the wild forests and mountains of Towns County. Here’s what you need to know about not-really-hiking Bell Mountain in Hiawassee, Georgia. … Read More
This beautiful lake encompasses 15,300 acres of sparkling water against the backdrop of the Oconee National Forest. Lake Sinclair, just outside Milledgeville in central Georgia, is less than two hours from Atlanta and is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Georgia’s mild climates make it a perfect place to visit any time of year.