The lake, set in teh rolling hills and forest of the Georgia Piedmont, has 15, 530 acres and approximately 417 miles of shoreline. It is fed by waters of the Oconee River, Little River and many large creeks (Murder Creek, Crooked Creek, Potato Creek, Rocky Creek, Rooty Creek among them). The lake offers boating, fishing, swimming, skiing, camping, marinas and nationally recognized fishing tournaments. Popular game fish in the lake include white, striped and hybrid bass, crappie, bream and channel catfish.
Of great interest is the history of Milledgeville which is home to Georgia College and State University and Georgia Military College. The magnificent Old Governor's Mansion and the Museum at the Old Capitol building are open for tours.
The central location in the state, great fishing, mild climate and cultural activities in the area make lake Sinclair a great place to live.
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