The Clearest Lake In Georgia, Lake Allatoona, Is Almost Too Beautiful To Be Real
There’s a lot of water in Georgia. We have many lakes, rivers, and even waterfalls within our borders. Many of our bodies of water are major recreational attractions: they serve as the site for fun in the sun like fishing, boating, swimming, and tubing. One of the largest lakes in Georgia just so happens to also be among the prettiest. Lake Allatoona, up in the northern part of the state near Atlanta, spans over 12,000 acres and has nearly 300 miles of shoreline to explore. It’s also got pristine water that provides drinking water for many of the surrounding counties.
For some great views of Lake Allatoona, you’ll want to check out the Homestead Trail at Red Top Mountain State Park.
Have you ever been to Lake Allatoona in Georgia? Share your experiences in the comments!
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