With 19,000-acres and 374 miles of shoreline, Reynolds Lake Oconee is a water sports paradise for kids of all ages. Whether you’re seeking a thrill, wanting to relax on the boat, or get in a workout, Reynolds’ mix of quiet coves and wide-open waters can help you beat the Georgia heat. Go for the day and take advantage of the public marinas, or book a stay to access a variety of activities and watercraft. ReynoldsLakeOconee.com
As the second largest lake in Georgia, you’re sure to stay entertained cruising the open water all day long with public access via Reynolds’ four marinas.
Need for speed
Whether you’re jumping waves on the jet ski, getting pulled on the tube, or trying your luck wakeboarding, soaring across Lake Oconee will bring out your inner kid.
Cast a line
For the early risers, Lake Oconee is a fishing sanctuary for anglers of all levels targeting largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, and other popular species.
Bring your workout to the water with a Schiller water bike, or rent a canoe, kayak or paddle board, and skim across the water at your own speed.
Make a splash
The 10-foot-tall Jumping Rock on the south end of Lake Oconee is accessible only via the water and is the perfect place to jump in and cool off.
Take in a sunset
Being on the water doesn’t mean you have to be speeding around. Cast an anchor and watch the orange sunset over Lake Oconee.