You might be surprised to learn that we’re the largest non-governmental provider of recreational facilities in Georgia.
Our lakes, rivers and parks are perfect for indulging in your passion for the water and the great outdoors.
Please note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, certain facilities at some of our lakes and campgrounds remain closed. This can include but may not be limited to bathrooms, boat docks, fishing piers and picnic areas.
We own over 100,000 acres of land in Georgia, much of which is accessible for outdoor recreation.
Of that, 30,000 acres is being used for wildlife management areas operated by the Wildlife Resources Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
We also own and operate reservoirs all around Georgia which provide a host of outdoor recreational opportunities including boating, paddling, fishing, swimming, picnicking, camping, and many more.
The pass is good at all Georgia Power Public Access Areas across the state, including boat ramps, fishing piers and day-use parks.
Call 1-855-607-6462 or visit our reservations website to obtain one.
Enjoy seasonal duck hunting or deer hunting. For more information, call the land management office or visit the Georgia Department of Natural Resources online.
Lake elevations are always subject to change, depending on river conditions. The tool calculates the real-time peaking schedule of our hydro units and additionally pulls the real-time lake elevation.Go to Tool
Daily lake levels may fluctuate because of varying amounts of rainfall and the volume of water that passes through the dam for electricity generation. View this data to determine the current lake level based on rain fall.
Ensuring compliance with Federal and State boating laws is easy with a free Vessel Safety Check by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and U.S. Power Squadron volunteer organizations.Learn More
Have a question about Georgia Power lakes and recreation? Check out these frequently asked questions to find answers before contacting the local land management office.
Stay safe on the water during all seasons. Whether you're a beginner or an expert on the water, make sure you know the rules. Learn more about water and boating safety rules, and licensing information.
Georgia's 70,150 miles of streams and rivers need your help. Give something back to the environment with Georgia Power. Volunteer and help us clean our rivers, streams, lakes and wetlands by joining a local cleanup program.
Georgia Power outdoor recreation facilities offer areas accessible to people who use wheelchairs or have special physical limitations. Please call the local land management office to confirm whether your needs can be met at the facility you are planning to visit.