Lake Sinclair Recreation Area
Forest Service / BLM
Oconee National Forest
Number of Sites: 44
Number of Sites with Electric: 5
About: The majestic Lake Sinclair was created when the waters of the Oconee River were impounded by Georgia Power Company in 1953 to operate a hydro-electric generating station. The Lake Sinclair recreational area is located in the heart of Georgia. This 15,330 acre lake (with 417 miles of shoreline!), ideal for families, scout troup meetings or even church gatherings, offers over 40 campsites, picnicking, hiking, boating, fishing and swimming.
Fees: $9 (2012)
Closest Towns: Eatonton
Water: Drinking Water
Restrictions: Quiet hours between 10:00 pm and 7:00 am. Alcohol not allowed in day use area. No generators allowed. Camp site ccupancy limited to 5 persons or immediate family.
Directions: From I-20 Exit 114 in Madison Ga Take US 441/129 south 23 miles to the intersection of US 129 south., also known as the Gray Rd. Turn right at the light and travel 8 miles to the intersection of GA- 212,turn left onto GA 212 and travel 1 mile turn left onto Twin Bridges Rd. travel 1.1 miles then turn left into the campground.
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