If you're in Georgia, you probably aren't far from a Georgia Power lake or park — and great boating, fishing and swimming! Our lakes offer picturesque scenery, hiking trails, picnic areas and campgrounds. So, come on out, make some new memories and enjoy the great outdoors!
Stay safe on the water this summer. Take a moment to review these safety rules and reminders. Licensing information is also available.
Whether you're begin-ning or experienced, take time to review these important safety rules.
Enjoy seasonal duck hunting or deer hunting. For more information, call the land management office or visit the Georgia Department of Natural Resources online.
Enjoy activities in the water such as boating, swimming or waterskiing, but stay safe. Take a moment to review these water safety rules and reminders.
Our outdoor recreation facilities offer wheelchair accessibility and accommodate special physical limitations.
Give something back to the environment. Volunteer to help with one of many cleanup efforts around the state.
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Have a question about Georgia Power lakes and recreation? Check out these frequently asked questions to find answers.
North Georgia Land Management Office
4 Seed Lake Road
Lakemont, GA 30552
Lake Jackson Land Management Office
180 Dam Road
Jackson, GA 30233
Lake Oconee/Sinclair Land Management Office
125 Wallace Dam Road
Eatonton, GA 31024
Bartletts Ferry Land Management Office
1516 Bartletts Ferry Road
Fortson, GA 31808
Daily Hours (all offices):
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. — 5 p.m. (EST)