Lake Sinclair

The nearby town of Milledgeville is quiet and quaint, with southern charm that seems hard-to-find these days. Either way, Lake Sinclair is joined to Lake Oconee in the north, and both are fantastic for fishing. Hot afternoons can be spent in the water for a change, by swimming, boating, or water-skiing. Bring the family and enjoy some real Georgia sunshine. Check out our Lake Sinclair vacation rentals for more information.

There are hundreds of great locations to fish in the south, but what makes Lake Sinclair vacation rentals in Georgia a standout spot is the quiet surroundings, lush forests, and sheer size of the lake. Stretching several miles from north to south, Lake Sinclair winds through valleys and subtle hilltops, giving you a peaceful location to relax away the afternoon.

Lake Details
Lake Type: Reservoir
  Depth: 90 Feet
Surface Area: 15,330 acres
Shoreline length: 417 miles
Elevation: 318 feet
  • camping
  • canoeing
  • fishing
  • hiking
  • horseback riding
  • jet skiing
  • kayaking
  • picknicking
  • power boating
  • sailing
  • swimming
  • Bass
  • Catfish
  • Crappie
  • Largemouth Bass

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