Known for its pristine shoreline and calming atmosphere, Lake Oconee is one of Georgia’s premier lakes. Because Georgia Power manages Lake Oconee, it is known for being pristine, uncrowded, and consistently level (with an average variance of only 18 inches) unlike some of the other lakes in the state. The consistency of the water level means Lake Oconee is a wonderful place to take advantage of all of the recreational activities that come with lakefront living. On or near the shoreline lies world-class golfing, resorts and dining. The towns surrounding Lake Oconee – including Eatonton, Madison, Greensboro and Milledgeville – offer some of the most beautiful historic buildings in the state, and a vast array of shopping, dining and cultural options. The lake was also recently voted one of the top ten most beautiful lakes in the United States by MSN.com. The Waterfront on Lake Oconee is located on one of the most open areas of the lake, making for fantastic views and convenient swimming, boating, or jet skiing, right from your front yard
Though it is located on one of the largest sections of open water in Lake Oconee, The Waterfront on Lake Oconee offers residents a private, secluded haven in Eatonton, GA.
Never More Than a Short Drive Away!
- Atlanta, GA – 1Hour, 20 Minutes
- Athens, GA – 1 Hour
- Macon, GA – 1 Hour
- Milledgeville, GA – 40 Minutes
- Dublin, GA – 1 Hour, 25 Minutes
- Augusta, GA – 1 Hour, 30 Minutes
- Columbia, SC – 2 Hours, 20 Minutes
From Atlanta: Take I-75/85 North/South to I-20 East towards Augusta. Take exit 130 (Greensboro). Turn right onto Hwy 44 South towards Eatonton. Travel approximately 9 miles to the intersection of Hwy 44 and Old Phoenix Road. Turn left and travel approximately 1.5 miles to Wards Chapel Road. Turn left and travel approximately 2.5 miles to Collis Road. Turn left and travel 0.6 miles to Collis Marina Road. Turn left and travel 0.3 miles to The Waterfront on Lake Oconee.
121 Collis Marina Road, Eatonton, GA 31024