Our neighbors are rich in historyand just right for a getaway within a getaway

In the area surrounding Reynolds, you’ll find historic towns with quaint shops and boutiques offering fashion, antiques, art, jewelry, and decorative accessories. Several of the Lake Oconee region’s towns are peppered with historic districts and sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. And within each town, fun festivals, outdoor events, and concerts add to the charming, historic atmosphere.

Greensboro, Georgia

History and friendliness surround you on a visit to Greensboro, a quaint town with antique shopping, historic sites, and friendly people.

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Eatonton, Georgia

Eatonton is proud of the renowned people it has produced. Two of the most famous are Joel Chandler Harris, creator of the Uncle Remus Tales, and Alice Walker, Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Color Purple.

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Madison, Georgia

Named “#1 Small Town in America” and one of the “Most Picturesque Villages in the World,” Madison is one of the largest National Historic Districts in Georgia and is a true example of Southern charm.

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Atlanta, Georgia

Reynolds Lake Oconee has so much to offer inside the gates, but if you seek a getaway to a more metropolitan area, Atlanta is only 80 miles west of Lake Oconee. Georgia’s largest city and state capital, Atlanta is known for its upscale shopping, professional sports, cultural arts and events, and one of the world’s largest and busiest international airports.

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Lake Oconee Village

Located at the entrance of Reynolds Lake Oconee Village provides many necessities in one convenient location. Here you can take care of your grocery shopping at Publix Supermarket or take in a movie at Parkside Main 8 theater.

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