Milledgeville GA, Eatonton GA, Greensboro GA, Sparta GA, Madison GA
Average Depth: 18 feet
Maximum Depth: 70 feet
Kayaks, Canoes, Sail Boats, Electric Motor Boats, Power Boats, Jet-skis
Boating Comments: Lake Oconee is a popular destination for a variety of water sports, including boating, fishing, swimming, and more. It is home to a diverse array of fish species, including largemouth bass, crappie, and catfish, and it is a popular destination for anglers. In addition to the water activities, there are also numerous hiking and biking trails located around the lake, as well as several parks and campgrounds. These provide ample opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy the natural beauty of the area.
White Bass, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Carp, Yellow Perch, White Perch, Channel Catfish, White Catfish, Sunfish, Bluegill
Access for Power and Non-power Boats
Ramp Comments: Linger Longer Boat Ramp (Greensboro) Harmon Creek Boat Ramp (Eatonton) Buckhead Boat Ramp (Eatonton) Rock Quarry Boat Ramp (Eatonton) Old Salem Boat Ramp (Eatonton) Putnam Boat Ramp (Eatonton) Long Creek Boat Ramp (Madison) Shoal Creek Boat Ramp (Madison) Little River Boat Ramp (Madison) Ritz-Carlton Boat Ramp (Greensboro) Sinclair Dam Boat Ramp (Milledgeville) Vinson Boat Ramp (Milledgeville) Oconee Boat Ramp (Milledgeville)
Parking Spaces: More than 40
Head east on I-20. Take exit 130 for GA-11 toward Greensboro. Turn left onto GA-11 N/Eatonton Rd. Continue straight for about 45 miles until you reach the town of Greensboro. In Greensboro, turn right onto US-278 E/GA-12 E/Lake Oconee Pkwy. Follow US-278 E/GA-12 E for about 5 miles until you reach the lake.
Shoreline Development: Unknown