Find Your Reason to Stay a Little Longer
As the crisp autumn breeze sweeps through the trees and the leaves begin to turn vibrant shades of red and gold, there's no better time to visit Lake Oconee than during the fall season. Located in the heart of Georgia, this picturesque destination offers a wide array of outdoor activities that will make your autumn getaway truly memorable. From camping under the starry night sky to exploring ancient Native American history and enjoying world-class golf, Lake Oconee has something for everyone. In this blog, we'll take you through some of the must-try outdoor adventures in the area for a fantastic fall experience.
Summer is upon us. That means warmer weather and a search for the perfect place to cool off. In an under two-hour drive from Atlanta, you can find your summer hotspot at beautiful Lake Oconee. If you are up for an adventure, don’t leave Lake Oconee without experiencing these six must-try things.
Signs of the season can be seen all around Greensboro, Georgia. With a charming main street strung with lights, friendly shops brimming with cheer, and the smell of gingerbread wafting from The Ritz-Carlton lobby. Scroll below to discover our December Travel Guide to Lake Oconee.
Fall on Lake Oconee takes on an idyllic quality —fall brings lower temperatures, breezy evenings and water dappled by the rays of the autumn sun. It’s still warm enough to take to the water, but cool enough to enjoy so much more. Fall in the south means something else special too... it’s football season! Whether you want to keep up with your alma mater, favorite college team, or beloved pro football team, there are plenty of places around Lake Oconee to kick back and watch the game. We're a short drive to Athens, Georgia, so you can grab your favorite tailgate snacks here and then head out to watch the Dawgs play!