The stunning lakes of Georgia state

By Stef Zisovska
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The stunning lakes of Georgia state

Stef Zisovska
 
 
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Next time you have that unbearable need to get into nature, visit the gorgeous state of Georgia. You won’t believe the amount of breath-taking lakes you can find here.

Sport fishing and recreational boating are just some of the activities you can find here. Whether you just want to spend time in nature, explore the past, or go fishing, the great state of Georiga has what you need. So, stop hiding at home and get out there to explore the stunning beauty of this county.

 

Allatoona Photo Credit
Allatoona Photo Credit

Lake Allatoona

Lake Allatoona has not only got amazing scenery, but it also has crystal clear drinkable water. This gigantic lake is perfect for fishing and exploring. It’s spread through three counties: Cherokee, Cobb, and Bartow.

 

Lake Blackshear

Lake Blackshear was manmade in 1930. When the area was flooded, the trees were supposed to be the victims and discompose. Instead, they survived with their roots at the bottom of the lake.

Lake Seminole

Lake Seminole shares its border with Florida. In this area, you can find rich wildlife and see some Largemouth Bass, American alligators, and snakes.

 

Seminole Photo Credit
Seminole Photo Credit

Lake Blue Ridge

Lake Blue Ridge offers so much fun. In the marina, you can rent a boat and enjoy one of the many water activities. The dam was built during the great depression and gave thousands of Americans an opportunity to work.

 

Blue Ridge Photo Credit
Blue Ridge Photo Credit

Lake Lanier  

One more lake where you can get your boat wet this summer. Only 45 minutes north of Atlanta, Lake Lanier is the favorite place of recreation for the people of Georgia.

High Falls Lake

Georgia’s top fishing spot, High Falls Lake will leave you breathless with its stunning beauty. The amazing waterfalls and many walking trails make it a perfect place to relax.

 

High Falls Lake Photo Credit
High Falls Lake Photo Credit

Lake Oconee

You will be overwhelmed here by the number of events and festival you can attend. Also, a perfect place for all golf lovers.

Lake Rabun

Surrounded by peaceful nature, Lake Rabun is a perfect romantic getaway. The lake is most visited over the Fourth of July holiday with a wooden boat parade across the lake.

 

Lake Rabun Photo Credit
Lake Rabun Photo Credit

Lake Burton

The 4th of July fireworks in the middle of the lake has been a tradition for the last 25 years. Located in the Appalachian Mountains, this lake is created by a dam to generate electricity in the area.

 

Lake Burton Photo Credit
Lake Burton Photo Credit

Enjoy a quality time visiting any of these stunning lakes and leave your problems back home. Being close to nature, doing water activities and exploring the amazing trails will be the best thing you can do this summer. Have fun discovering the beauty of Georgia.

 

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