Georgia Power reminds visitors and customers of the recreational opportunities the company offers across Georgia. As part of the company’s commitment to conservation and the outdoors, Georgia Power remains the largest non-governmental provider of public recreation in Georgia, maintaining and operating approximately 100,000 acres of land, 60,000 surface acres of water and more than 15 lake properties for years.
Get easy access to lakes and recreational facilities online
By visiting the Georgia Power lakes and recreation website at gplakes.com, visitors can easily find spots to explore or relax outdoors at one of the company’s numerous recreational properties.
Through the company’s lakes and recreation website, visitors can:
- Purchase Day Use or Annual Passes to any of the company’s lakes and recreation facilities. Many offer boating, fishing, swimming, picturesque scenery, hiking trails, picnic areas, pavilions and campgrounds. With a pass, visitors have access to these amenities and more.
- Easily reserve a camping spot at their favorite Georgia Power lake or campground by picking the campground from a drop-down menu and selecting the dates to visit on the calendar. Availability and site amenities, such as electric service and water hookup, are shown for each campsite.
- See an aerial view of the facility, allowing viewers to know exactly where the campsite or recreation is within the campground and in relation to amenities and activities such as parking, biking, fishing, hiking and scenic trails.
The company’s lakes can be found across the state, including:
• Lake Burton
• Lake Rabun
• Lake Seed
• Lake Tugalo
• Lake Yonah
• Tallulah Falls Lake
• Lake Oconee
• Lake Sinclair
• Lake Jackson
• Lake Juliette
• Lake Harding
• Goat Rock Lake
• Lake Oliver
• Lake North Highlands
• Lake Worth
In addition to detailed information about all of Georgia Power’s properties, including the status of facilities and amenities, local attractions and water safety information, the Georgia Power lakes site also allows visitors to browse an interactive fish guide for each of the lakes and check current lake conditions.
You can check out www.georgiapowerlakes.com for more details around each lake’s offerings. For the latest on hours of operation, visit the Georgia Power lakes and recreation site.