There is tremendous variety among Georgia's forty-odd lakes.
Many offer dramatic shorelines and mountainous backdrops, while others feature great expanses of open water.
Georgia is home to hundreds of prime fishing holes.
Many lakes are maintained by the public through the Army Corps of Engineers, Georgia Power and the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Georgia's lakes are well-taken care of to ensure visitors and residents alike are getting the best lake experience.
The vast majority of Georgia's population lives only minutes from the lake. Big Canoe is located less than hour from Atlanta, in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Or lake lovers can visit High Falls Lake, just 45 minutes from Macon.
The state's tens of thousands of miles of shoreline along its lakes offer almost unlimited opportunity for the weekend lake enthusiast and the empty-nester both.
And Lake Lanier welcomes more than 7.5 million vistors each year on its 38,000 acres.
But if grandeur is not what you seek, much smaller lakes can be found here too.
In fact, the state's self-proclaimed "cleanest" lake, Lake Tara, covers a surface area of less than 400 acres.
Georgia lakes offer an amazing variety of scenic waterfront real estate.
Find lake home property on inlets hidden among the Blue Ridge Mountains or on expansive water bodies that lead to the Atlantic Ocean.
Do you seek a second home for a weekend respite, a dependable cottage rental or a retirement community with any variety of amenities?
For any style of living, there's a piece of land on a Georgia lake for you.