About Lake Sinclair
As part of the Oconee River, Lake Sinclair brought electricity to nearby communities since the 1950s. Today, the area is more famous as a recreational destination where locals and visitors can enjoy more than 400 miles of shoreline, large expanses of water, and a whole lot of fun and adventure.
Residents by the lake live in a variety of options ranging from boats and RVs to full-sized homes. Living near Lake Sinclair gives you easy access to public boat ramps, marinas, and several fishing areas. If fishing is your cup of tea, you’ll be happy to learn that the community has hosted numerous fishing tournaments over the years. Climate during the cold season is mild enough to allow fisher folk to do winter fishing.
There’s a lot going on within the lake community, with its wide selection of recreational areas. Be sure to drop by Oconee Springs Park and Rocky Creek Park, both of which provide grills and picnic tables, boat ramps, and beaches.
Getting to the nearest town – Eatonton in Georgia – is just a 15-miniute drive. From there, you can enjoy local restaurants, supermarkets, and retail shops. With its proximity to basic necessities and its relaxing atmosphere, Lake Sinclair has charmed tourists to stay longer and enjoy the lake community’s amenities time and again.