Lake Blue Ridge (3290 acres) Public. Hosts a variety of recreational, educational and scenic opportunities. Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of the Chattahoochee National Forest, the 3,290-acre lake extends up the Toccoa River providing power, flood control, navigation and recreation for thousands of people. Some of the activities surrounding the lake are boating, fishing, skiing, sailing, swimming, camping, and scenic view. Both warm and cold water fish are found in Lake Blue Ridge. Bass, crappie, sunfish, walleye, trout, and catfish are abundant. Take old U.S. 76 east for 1.5 miles to Dry Branch Road. Turn right, go three miles to entrance sign. 706-632-3031.
Rock Creek Lake (6.0 water acres) Public. 1.5 miles above Chattahoochee Forest National Fish Hatchery; trout fishing; undeveloped camping. Please note that fisherman are not required to have an