Created in 1925 when Georgia Power flooded the deep valley, Lake
Burton is the largest of the north Georgia lakes at 2,775 acres. With over
62 miles of shoreline, Lake Burton is suitable for boating, camping,
picnicking, swimming, and fishing. Timpson Cove Beach features a white sand
beach that is the perfect spot for a day of family fun
Lake Rabun: This 835-acre lake
is the perfect spot for boating, fishing, and swimming. Formed by the Mathis
Dam and fed by the Tallulah River, Lake Rabun has 25 beautiful miles of
shoreline. Nacoochee Park is just one of the recreation areas along Lake
Lake Seed: Formed by the
Nacoochee Dam and fed by the Tallulah River, Lake Seed is a 240-acre lake
with 13 miles of shoreline. Its boat ramp and family-friendly campground
with picnic tables, a fishing pier, restrooms, and beach make this a great
spot for a day of fun.
Tallulah Lake: At 63 acres and
3.6 miles of shoreline, Tallulah Lake is the smallest and also the oldest of
the north Georgia lakes. Now part of Tallulah Gorge State Park, the lake
features a white sand beach, covered pavilion, picnic tables, and
Lake Tugalo: With no
development, Lake Tugalo remains one of the most serene lakes in Georgia.
Formed by Tugalo Dam and fed by the Tallulah and Chattooga Rivers, this
597-acre lake has 18 miles of shoreline and is perfect for fishing and
Helen Tubing and Waterpark:
Tube down the Chattahoochee River in Helen, GA.
Contact them at (706) 878-1082 or (706) 878-2665
Rabun County Recreation Department: The Rabun County Recreation Department is committed to
offering recreational activities that teach fundamentals, encourage good
sportsmanship and enhance the quality of life for the citizens we serve.
Contact them at 706-782-4600. Click here for their