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Outdoor Recreation in Georgia

Outdoor Recreation in Georgia

There are many outdoor recreational activities in Georgia besides hunting.  Visit your hunting land in the Peach State during the hunting off-season and you’ll find there are many things to do not only on your land, but all over the state.

If you want to go to the beach, the Georgia coast contains the beautiful Golden Isles which include Jekyll Island, SeaIsland and Cumberland Island.  These areas offer a quiet retreat away from the woods.  You can also enjoy some great salt-water fishing here without a license.  Check the local game regs.

There is some great white-water rafting and canoeing on the Amicalola River in Georgia.  You can also hike and visit the Amicalola Falls.  For hikers, the Appalachian Trail begins in Northern Georgia.  Map it out and create your destination.

Georgia has tons of lakes for fishing, boating and other recreational activities.  Check out Clarks Hill Lakeif you’re in eastern Georgia, Lake Hartwell in the northeast, or Lake Oconee, Lake Sinclair, or Lake Lanier in mid-state.

There are many beautiful golf courses in Georgia, particularly Reynolds Plantation, which hosts the World Championship qualifications.  If you’re looking for luxury, and if cost isn’t an issue, stay at the Ritz Carlton at Reynolds Plantation overlooking Lake Oconee and you won’t be disappointed.

If you’re looking for something very different to do outdoors in Georgia, try panning for gold.  The San Francisco gold rush fever actually began in Dahlonega, Georgia.  The gold mines are 250 feet underground.

There are many other outdoor recreational activities in Georgia including camping, sailing, biking, etc.!

If you want to achieve your own land ownership goals, Georgia is also an excellent place to search for hunting land for sale.