Lake Redwine

Georgia

15Listings
$200K-$1.2M
$11.1MTotal Value
Lake Redwine, Georgia

Lake Redwine real estate is regarded as a top twenty market in Georgia for lake homes and lake lots.

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    Marinas
    (770) 253-2606
    10 Redwine Plantation Drive
    Newnan, GA 30263
    Golf Courses
    (770) 683-4727
    300 Arbor Springs Parkway
    Newnan, GA 30265
    Public
    (770) 253-9856
    1356 US-29
    Newnan, GA 30263
    Public
    • Fish: Black Crappie, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Striped Bass, White Bass, White Crappie
    • Condos available (No)
    • Notable events: The Lake Redwine Social Clubs plans and executes several activities and events throughout the year.
    • Known for: Quiet relaxing waters
    Hospitals
    (678) 633-3500
    1741 Newnan Crossing Blvd
    Newnan, GA 30265
    Airports
    Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
    6000 N Terminal Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30320
    30 miles away
    Newnan- Coweta County Airport
    115 Airport Rd, Newnan, GA 30263
    12 miles away
    About Lake Redwine
    One of Georgia’s Greatest Lakes

    Lake Sinclair, known as the cleanest lake in Georgia, is less than 100 miles from Atlanta. The city of Milledgeville is located about three miles away.

    The hip Central Georgia haven was named one of the 10 Coolest Small Towns in America by Budget Travel in 2019.

    Baldwin County Airport, Navicent Health Baldwin, shops, restaurants, and hotels are found locally. The big-city scene of Atlanta includes Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport, Wellstar Medical Center, and other accommodations.

    Great Residential Property With Dynamic Scenery

    Covering 15,300 acres, Lake Sinclair has more than 400 miles of shoreline in Putnam, Baldwin, and Hancock counties.

    The human-made lake was created on the Oconee River 1953 and now reaches depths of 90 feet. It offers consistent water levels year-round being fed by a dozen creeks and small rivers in addition to Oconee.

    Lake Sinclair’s shore is particularly scenic, known for its many coves and inlets, but still boasts several vast stretches of water.

    The mild climate of central Georgia makes Lake Sinclair enjoyable to its full-time residents most of the year. Full-time residents and regulars house their watercraft on the lake for long-term use.

    Some of the State’s Best Boating and Fishing

    As one of Georgia’s top boating spots, all kinds of watercraft tour the sparkling waters of Lake Sinclair.

    The long stretches of water are perfect for water skiing, tubing, or wakeboarding. Escape to one of the calm inlets for peaceful exploring by kayak, canoe, or paddleboard.

    Lake Sinclair has been the site of both sizeable national fishing tournaments and smaller local competitions.

    There is excellent fishing for largemouth bass on the lake and trophy-potential striped bass and channel catfish, abundant bream and crappie of more than two pounds.

    Camping, Parks, and City Outings

    There are several handicap-accessible recreation areas around Lake Sinclair featuring picnic tables, grills, and more.

    Oconee Springs Park has a beach as well as cabins and campsites for overnight stays. The Lake Sinclair Recreation Area has a beach, hiking trails, and picnic areas.

    In Milledgeville, you can spend your day shopping and antiquing downtown, taking the historical trolley tour, or participating in one of the many small-town events.

    A Favorite Destination for Many People

    Purchase a property on Lake Sinclair to get in on all of the fun happening on this well-known lake.