Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Real Estate Agent

High Falls Lake Real Estate Agent

Wally Cawthon

Lake Homes Realty

(770) 415-8180

Wally Cawthon is a real estate expert, specializing in waterfront properties in central Georgia since the early 1990s.


Jackson Lake is by far THE BEST LAKEFRONT VALUE IN THE SOUTH! Offering families a true "On Golden Pond" experience, while enjoying all water sports in a quieter, safer setting. No alligators here, and no big crowds!


Wally lives and works on Jackson Lake. His waterfront real estate expertise will guide you to your perfect lake home, with no surprises after closing! Lakefront property has many idiosyncrasies, including shoreline and building codes, septic systems and many other items that are not common in regular property sales. You will want to choose someone who is a true expert. Wally founded the volunteer Jackson Lake Homeowners Association in 1994 to bring neighbors together all over the lake. What began with a group of about 60 has blossomed to nearly 1,000 members now, a quarterly newspaper, scholarship programs and much more.


Jackson Lake is 100 years old, encompassing 135 miles of shoreline and 2,300 homes. With three rivers and one creek flowing into it, the water level remains consistent year-round. It offers a quiet, natural setting, with nearby state parks, charming towns, and thousands of acres of natural forest to soothe the soul.


Wally and his buyer's agent Charles Sibley have enjoyed Jackson lake since childhood! Waterskiing, paddling the rivers, fishing, floating, swimming, and the latest craze, wake surfing! Wally says, "Our deep personal knowledge of the lakefront marketplace in central Georgia offers our clients a wide range of options for lifestyle and price ranges."


"Every buyer is unique. Our lakes offer million dollar estates as well as weekend getaways in the low 100s. Our personal experience can help you narrow your search for YOUR perfect lake getaway."


If you're looking for lakefront vacation or investment property only a short drive from Atlanta, take a look south of the city. Central Georgia offer some of the best values in waterfront homes in the country.


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About High Falls Lake

Rural Lake in Central Georgia, Convenient to I-75 and Macon

East of Interstate 75 just north of the Georgia town of Forsyth, High Falls Lake covers 650 acres in Butts, Monroe and Lamar counties northwest of Macon.


The lake is created by the Towliga River and gets its name from the river's 135-foot waterfalls, the highest falls in middle Georgia.


State Park on Site of Historic Ghost Town

Between the lake and the town of Jackson, in Butts County, is the 1,050-acre High Falls State Park, located largely on the site of the former town of High Falls, a prosperous community for most of the 19th century that was abandoned after the new railroad bypassed the town in the 1880s.


The park's trails offer visitors scenic views of the river's famed waterfalls and the foundation of the old town's grist mill.


Daylight Fishing and Crappie Tournament

The lake is open to fishing during daylight hours only, and the operation of motors greater than ten horsepower is prohibited.


Every March the lake hosts the Forsythia Festival Crappie Tournament, but the locals consider High Falls Lake to be some of the best fishing for largemouth, hybrid and striped bass, as well as bream and catfish.


Lots of Recreational Opportunities

In addition to more than four miles of hiking trails, the state park near High Falls Lake has two boat ramps and fishing boat, canoe and kayak rentals.


There is no swimming allowed in the lake, but the state park's swimming pool is close by, as is the miniature golf course.


There are almost 100 traditional campsites, a pioneer campground, 25 paddle-in primitive sites, and six lakeside canvas-and-wood yurt structures, with decks, grills, furniture and electricity.