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Resort…Retreat…Relax. Featuring ten incomparable golf courses, over 34,000 acres of pristine water and luxury accommodations, Georgia’s Lake Country is the perfect choice for a romantic weekend getaway or family vacation. Come and discover the historic towns of Eatonton, Milledgeville, Madison and Greensboro and the place we call Georgia’s Lake Country. Lake Oconee – The golf lover can enjoy a few rounds at Reynolds Plantation, The Landing at Reynolds Plantation, Harbor Club and Cuscowilla, which feature eight championship courses and several with spectacular lake views. For those craving relaxation, The Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation boasts of a full-service 26,000 squarefoot Resort Spa. And when the visitor needs a downtown shopping fix - historic Madison, Eatonton and Greensboro are just a short drive away. Lake Sinclair – Take a leisurely boat ride of a remote cove or grab your skis for a little more action. Participate in one of the annual fishing tournaments or set out on your own in search of ‘the big one’. No matter your preference, Lake Sinclair offers a variety of activities. Or take a drive through Eatonton, Madison and Milledgeville’s landmark historic district, dine in a quaint café and browse for antiques. The Rock Eagle and Rock Hawk Effigies are located off the Historical Piedmont Scenic Byway in Putnam County. These rock monuments are made up of milky quartz rocks and are in the shapes of birds. Rock Eagle measures 120 feet wing tip to wing tip and 102 feet from head to tail. Rock Hawk measures 132 feet wing tip to wing tip and 100 feet head to forked tail. It has been speculated that the mounds were probably built about 2,000 years ago by Native Americans. Rock Eagle may be viewed at the Rock Eagle 4-H camp on Hwy 441. Rock Hawk is located off Hwy 16 beside Lawrence Shoals Park. Rock Hawk Park offers an outdoor classroom with 15 miles or hiking and biking trails. Both sites are free to the viewing public and are open from sun up to sun down.
For Information & Group Tour Itineraries, contact:
Eatonton-Putnam Chamber of Commerce
305 North Main Street

Greensboro, Georgia 30642
(706) 485-7701
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