19,000 acres of Lake Oconee water meansA NEW ADVENTURE EVERY DAY
Whether you crave the speed of water sports, prefer the solitude of a morning fishing trip, or enjoy a scenic and relaxing moonlight cruise, you'll find a place to dive right into some of life’s greatest pleasures on Lake Oconee.
With access to over 374 miles of shoreline, the lake permeates virtually every aspect of daily life at Reynolds Lake Oconee. With Georgia’s second-largest lake at your doorstep, swimming is only the beginning here. Residents, members and guests enjoy the excitement of a wide range of water sports, including water skiing, jet skiing, paddle boarding or kayaking and canoeing. Some hunger for the intensity of wakeboarding and wake surfing, while others gently imbibe the simple joy of lazing about on an inner tube.
Below the surface of Lake Oconee and you’ll discover another hidden treasure. Fish.… and a lot of them. With countless coves, inlets, and creeks, Lake Oconee has an estimated 433 pounds of fish per acre, containing nearly twice what is typically found in lakes in the region, making it the ideal place for beginners and experts alike to wet a line.
But best of all, you don’t have to live directly on the water to enjoy Lake Oconee. Reynolds’ four full-service marinas and numerous waterfront amenities assure that access to the lake is easy for everyone.