Lakes & Recreation
Georgia Power is the largest non-government
provider of recreation facilities in the state. If you are in Georgia, you probably aren't far from a Georgia Power lake or park—and great boating, fishing and swimming!
Nearby areas feature picturesque scenery, hiking trails, picnic areas and campgrounds. In addition, Georgia Power leases about 30,000 acres for use as wildlife management areas operated by the Wildlife Resources Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Come on out and enjoy our great outdoors!
Find And Explore Our Georgia Power Lakes by Region:
West Georgia Lakes
Bartletts Ferry land management office:
1516 Bartletts Ferry Rd.
Fortson, GA 31808
Central Georgia Lakes
Lake Jackson land management office:
180 Dam Road
Jackson, GA 30233
North Georgia Lakes
North Georgia land management office:
4 Seed Lake Road
Lakemont, GA 30552
Tallulah Gorge State Park: 706-754-7970
East Georgia Lakes
Lake Oconee/Sinclair land
125 Wallace Dam Road
Eatonton, GA 31024
Lawrence Shoals campgrounds:
Old Salem campgrounds: 706-467-2850
Parks Ferry campgrounds: 706-453-4308
Want to jump in? Get details and tips for safely enjoying our lakes and parks.
On the lookout for a great fishing spot? See what you can catch on one of our lakes.
If you live on one of our lakes, stay connected with us at GeorgiaPowerLakes.com.
Before going in the water, review these water safety rules and reminders.
Georgia's 70,150 miles of streams and rivers need your help. Join a local cleanup group.
Why does Georgia Power own lakes? See how we use water to generate electricity in our state.
Lakes & Recreation FAQs
Questions about our lakes and recreation areas? We may already have your answer here.
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