Lake Oconee Attractions
Lake Oconee Art, Culture, Historic Fun Attractions
Whatever motivated you to move to Lake Oconee area; golf, water-skiing or fishing, what most locals don't know is our community offers a wide range of edifying and entertaining cultural, artistic, and historic attractions that can add some variety to your to your weekend plans.
We offer the most thorough guide to Lake Oconee's Art, Culture and Historic attractions anywhere online. We even have a downloadable pdf with clickable links.
North of Eatonton, Georgia and adjacent to the Oconee National Forest, Rock Eagle 4-H Center has nearly 1,500 acres of forest, a 110-acre lake, and the Rock Eagle Mound, a 2,000 year old, bird-shaped, stone effigy built by Native Americans, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Located in Eatonton, Georgia, the Uncle Remus Museum exists to educate the public about the life and work of writer Joel Chandler Harris through antebellum period artifacts, dioramas of famous Uncle Remus characters, historic storytelling, local history from Harris’s formative years, and educational tours.
Durhamtown Off Road Park and Resort is the largest off road resort in the southeast featuring 15 unique tracks and offers over 90 cabins ranging in primitive to premium accomodations + 100 camper sites with full hook-up.