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Lake Sinclair was completed in 1953 and belongs to and is controlled by Georgia Power. It also has a dam on the north end of the lake that backs up Lake Oconee. This sister lake is why and how our lake stays full in drought situations. Water is pumped back and forth between the lakes on a daily basis.
The main flow of water for Lake Sinclair is the water from the Oconee River, but many smaller rivers and creeks also flow into Lake Sinclair:
Flat Rock Branch
We are fortunate enough to have many lots and homes that own their proeprty right down to the water and then of course there are lease strip lots and lease properties as well. Full pool of Lake Sinclair is 340 feet above sea level. The top of the dam is 343 feet above sea level. The lake is 15,330 acres and has 417 miles of shoreline. The dam is 104 feet in height and nearly 3000 feet long. The history of Lake Sinclair can be read on Georgia Power's web site. And yes of course there are rules for shoreline managment to maintain the wonderful clean lake we have enjoyed for more than half a century. However unlike many lakes in Georgia that are controlled by the US Army Corps of Engineers, Lake Sinclair is NOT one of them.
Lake Sinclair is one of few lakes where a boathouse can be built over the water (there are guidelines and shoreline limitations) and offers a lot in the way of boating, skiing and fishing. Lake Sinclair also has several public beach areas including Oconee Springs Park, Putnam Beach and Little River Park. Many fishing tournaments are held on Lake Sinclair annually. Here is the full 2012 schedule. You can even rent boats and jet skis to enjoy Lake Sinclair.
So while we do have rules and regulations to maintain Lake Sinclair it still offers beautiful water and many freedoms you don't find on other lakes in our state. And the EPD says no restrictions are placed on how often you can eat fish from Lake Sinclair. I certainly invite you to visit Lake Sinclair and when you decide you want to stay a while, call me and I can help you find a waterfront home.
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