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NE Georgia Water Recreation

NE Georgia offers a multitude of water recreation. For those of you that want to take in every aspect of beauty in the Northeast Georgia mountains, you can paddle down the waterways in a canoe or go tubing in Helen. For the risk-takers, whitewater rafting with class 5 waterfalls may be just right for you. There are 5 lakes just in this area most of which have white sandy beaches for sunning and roped off areas for your children to swim. There are equipment rentals including canoes, jet-skis, pontoon boats, etc.

NE Georgia Boating & Swimming

Lake Burton:

Created in 1925 when Georgia Power flooded the deep valley, Lake Burton is the largest of the north Georgia lakes at 2,775 acres. With over 62 miles of shoreline, Lake Burton is suitable for boating, camping, picnicking, swimming, and fishing. Timpson Cove Beach features a white sand beach that is the perfect spot for a day of family fun. Located 9 miles from Clayton, Ga.

Lake Rabun:

This 835-acre lake is the perfect spot for boating, fishing, and swimming. Formed by the Mathis Dam and fed by the Tallulah River, Lake Rabun has 25 beautiful miles of shoreline. Nacoochee Park is just one of the recreation areas along Lake Rabun's shore. Located 9 miles from Clayton, Ga.

Lake Seed:

Formed by the Nacoochee Dam and fed by the Tallulah River, Lake Seed is a 240-acre lake with 13 miles of shoreline. Its boat ramp and family-friendly campground with picnic tables, a fishing pier, restrooms, and beach make this a great spot for a day of fun. Located 10 miles from Clayton.

Tallulah Lake:

At 63 acres and 3.6 miles of shoreline, Tallulah Lake is the smallest and also the oldest of the north Georgia lakes. Now part of Tallulah Gorge State Park, the lake features a white sand beach, covered pavilion, picnic tables, and playground. Located 8 miles South of Clayton.

Lake Tugalo:

With no development, Lake Tugalo remains one of the most serene lakes in Georgia. Formed by Tugalo Dam and fed by the Tallulah and Chattooga Rivers, this 597-acre lake has 18 miles of shoreline and is perfect for fishing and boating. Located 14 miles from Clayton.

Helen Tubing and Waterpark:

Tube down the Chattahoochee River in Helen, GA. Contact them at (706) 878-1082 or (706) 878-2665. Located 23 miles South of Clayton.


NE Georgia Boating Equipment Rentals

Anchorage Boat Dock: (706) 782-5193

Gil's Marine: (706) 947-1465

LaPrades Marina: (706) 947-0010

Lake Rabun Boathouse:   (706) 782-4981

Young Harris Water Sports: (706) 896-0834


NE Georgia Fishing

Andy's Trout Farm: (706) 746-2550

Andy's Trout Farm is a pay by the pound, no license, no limit private trout pound with more than 350 acres of well stocked ponds and lakes. Located 9 miles from Clayton. (706) 746-2550

Brigadoon Lodge & Fly Fishing:

8137 GA Hwy 197 N, Clarkesville, GA 30523
706-754-1558. Located 20 miles from Clayton.

Big Ol' Fish Guiding Service:

Blairsville, Ga
706-745-6569. Located 79 miles from Clayton.

Lanier Striper Tales:

5422 McEver Rd, Oakwood, GA 30506
770-365-7213. Located 52 miles from Clayton.

Lunkers Guide Service:

1066 Mt. Olivet Road, Hartwell, GA 30543
(706) 376-4407. Located 43 miles from Clayton.

Unicoi Outfitters:

7280 S Main Street, Helen, GA 30545 (706) 878-3083. Located 22 miles from Clayton.

Upper Hi Fly Fishing Outfitters:

3375 US Hwy 76 W, Hiawassee, GA 30546
(706)896-9075. Located 24 miles from Clayton.


Whitewater Rafting, Canoeing, Kayaking

Southeastern Expeditions:

Southeastern Expeditions offers whitewater rafting, canoeing, and kayaking on the Chattooga River in NE Georgia. Contact (706) 782-4331 or (800) 868-7238. Located 1 mile from Clayton.

Nantahala Outdoor Center:

1/2 day, full day, and overnight trips available. Contact (828) 785-4849

Wildwood Outfitters:

Wildwood Outfitters offers whitewater rafting, canoeing, tubing, and kayaking on the Chattahoochee River. Contact them at (800)553-2715 or (706)865-4451. Located 26 miles from Clayton.

Wildwater Ltd:

Whitewater rafting on the Chattooga, Nantahala, Ocoee, and Pigeon Rivers. Contact them at (866) 319-8870. Located 13 miles from Clayton.

Moccasin Creek State Park:

Contact them at (706) 947-3194. Located 14 miles from Clayton.


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