Reynolds Lake Oconee
There’s something for everyone at Reynolds Lake Oconee. Whether you’re seeking a weekend getaway, a second home, or an exceptional primary residence, Reynolds Lake Oconee invites you to Come Play.
Del Webb at Lake Oconee
Del Webb at Lake Oconee is just 75 miles east of Atlanta on Lake Oconee, the nation’s only Del Webb community with direct lake access. Enjoy a host of activities including fishing, boating, golfing on several championship golf courses, The Ritz-Carlton Lodge and Spa to name a few. Within 30 minutes you can explore the historical town of Madison, watch the Masters in Augusta or tailgate in Athens, GA.
Surrounded by 1,600 acres of wooded hills and bordered by 9 miles of Lake Oconee shoreline lies Harbor Club — a debt-free golf course community centered between Atlanta and Augusta celebrating 20-plus years of lifestyle under the Matney family’s ownership. Here you’ll find an 18-hole Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish design golf course, 15,000 square foot clubhouse with fitness center, golf shop and restaurant, swim and tennis center and access to 19,000 acres of freshwater lake.
Old Salem Campground and Parks Ferry
For swimming beaches, full-service or primitive campgrounds and boat-launching ramps, check out the Old Salem Campground or Parks Ferry, located right in Greene County.
Come to Lake Oconee and experience some of the state’s best fishing, swimming, water sports, boating, camping, picnicking, water-skiing, wakeboarding and golfing. The surrounding communities are steeped in history. Local shops and boutiques offer the finest in antiques, fashion, decorative accessories and jewelry.
Golfing in Greene County
For your next golf resort vacation, visit one or two or three of our ten Georgia golf courses. They were expertly designed by master architects and recognized as some of the best golf courses in the south. Golfers from around the country have flocked to Greensboro, Georgia for their golf vacations. Plus, award-winning greens and Masters Week draw professional golfers to Lake Oconee, meaning you never know who you’ll see enjoying a game at one of our many golf resorts.