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About Lake Sinclair
Nestled on the expansive Oconee River is Lake Sinclair, a man-made body of water stretching through central Georgia’s Hancock, Putnam, and Baldwin counties. Created in 1953, Lake Sinclair offers more than 400 miles of coastline, breathtaking coves, a dam, and hydroelectric station that generates electricity. With its broad open waters, the lake attracts swimmers, campers, and fishermen—in fact, winter fishing is a particular popular sport at Lake Sinclair.
Things to do in Lake Sinclair
The largest city in proximity to the lake is Milledgeville of Baldwin County. As Georgia’s former capital during the American Civil War, the city played an integral part during wartime. The Old Governor's Mansion, which currently serves as a museum, was claimed by General Sherman during his “March to the Sea” in the Civil War. The museum is home to artifacts and gorgeous gardens. Other points of interest in Milledgeville are the Bartram State Forest, Lockerly Arboretum, and Andalusia, a rural estate belonging to the highly acclaimed American author Flannery O’Connor. In Putnam County lies the quaint city of Eatonton. Known for its dairy farms, the city exudes a small town charm. Crooked Pines Farm is a family-friendly attraction that has a lovely barn and is open as a venue for small gatherings. Eatonton also offers the Georgia Writers Museum; Uncle Remus Museum, a place where stories and legacy of Brer Rabbit and other Briarpatch creatures live on; and Plaza Arts Center, an auditorium hosting concerts and plays.
Day trips from Lake Sinclair
Located about an hour’s drive southwestward from the lake is the city of Macon. Nicknamed “the Heart of Georgia,” Macon is situated very close to the state’s geographic center. The city offers an abundance of exciting annual events including the International Cherry Blossom Festival, a mid-March celebration that lasts for ten days; the Pan African Festival which takes place in April; and the Ocmulgee Indian Celebration, a commemoration of Native Americans with art exhibitions, performances, and storytelling by representatives from the nations of the Seminole, Chickasaw, Cherokee, and many others. Georgia’s city of Columbus is situated approximately a two and a half hour’s drive from Lake Sinclair. The city is ideal for sports fans and families. The football stadium A. J. McClung Memorial Stadium and Golden Park, a baseball arena with 5,000 seats, are both based in Columbus. Other attractions include the National Civil War Naval Museum, National Infantry Museum with an IMAX theater, and the Coca-Cola Space Science Center that features a planetarium and flight simulators.
Lake Sinclair accommodations
From unforgettable waterfront houses with a scenic view of Lake Sinclair to rustic cottages, the vacation rentals around the lake are comfortable and serene. Whether you seek a relaxing getaway to enjoy the outdoors and partake in watersports, or an escape from the bustle of city life, there is an ideal property near Lake Sinclair to fit your lifestyle and budget.
Transportation in Lake Sinclair
There is very limited public transit available around the lake. Driving a car would be the most efficient means of transportation. Watercrafts and boats are allowed on Lake Sinclair.
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