- Clark Hill (Strom Thurmond) Lake, Appling
- Clark Hill (Strom Thurmond) Lake, Lincolnton
- Clark Hill (Strom Thurmond) Lake
- College Park
- Douglasville, Foxhall Resort & Sporting Club
- Lake Blackshear
- Lake Horton
- Lake Jackson
- Lake Oconee
- - Buckhead
- - Cedar Cove
- - Cuscowilla
- - Greensboro
- - Other Lake Oconee Properties
- Lake Park
- Lake Seminole
- - Bainbridge
- - Donalsonville
- Lake Sinclair
- Lake Walter F George (Lake Eufaula)
- Newnan, Serenbe
This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Metro Atlanta, Central & Southern Travel Tips
Get Away to Georgia Vacation Rentals
For a refreshing away-from-the-rat-race vacation, central southern Georgia is hard to beat. It is very easy to access, has warm sunny days for most of the year, and the beautiful natural scenery just begs to be explored and enjoyed. Renting a comfortable Pine Mountain log cabin or Lake Sinclair vacation rental in Georgia is the perfect escape for a weekend or longer, allowing visitors to completely relax and recharge their batteries.
Choosing Your Georgia Lodging
A log cabin or vacation home gives plenty of flexibility in both size and location. Choose a quiet retreat where you will not be disturbed by noisy neighbors in the next hotel room. Vacation rentals come in all sizes to suit couples, families or groups of friends on a budget sharing the accommodation. Set in popular locations for exploring the area, vacation homes have all the extras such as a fully equipped kitchen, an outdoor sitting area, books, games and more than one TV. They are ideal for those who want to prepare their own meals and follow their own timetable, getting up and eating when they choose to.
Things to do From Georgia Vacation Rentals
Southern central Georgia has plenty of historical and architectural sites for history-lovers to enjoy. There are many old homes and mansions, such as the Old Governor’s Mansion in Milledgeville which was home to 10 Georgian governors and became Sherman’s headquarters during the Civil War. History-lovers will also enjoy a trip to Meadow Gardens in Augusta, the former home of George Walton, the youngest signatory on the Declaration of Independence. The area has many theaters and arts venues, including the Douglass Theater at Macon. Visit the State Botanical Gardens of Georgia on the outskirts of Athens or simply head out on an adventure of your own in the Oconee National Forest.
Kayaking, boating, waterskiing, wildlife viewing, fishing, rock climbing, biking, swimming and plenty of golf courses are all close to your Georgia lodging.
Getting to Central Southern Georgia
The nearest major airport is the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport at Atlanta. Rent a car and head out on your Southern Georgia adventure. Alternatively, south central Georgia is easy to drive to from many of the south eastern states.
Places to Visit in Central Southern Georgia
Follow the US 441 to Macon, known in this area as the Antebellum Trail, and enjoy all the historic elegance and architecture of the Old South. Buildings have been beautifully renovated and the historic homes offer interesting guided tours. In March, the city’s cherry trees are laden with blossoms, making a beautiful sight. Spend time at the Macon Music Hall of Fame which pays tributes to such great musicians as Ray Charles, the Allman Brothers Band, James Brown and Otis Redding. The Museum of Arts and Sciences, the Museum of Aviation and the Harriet Tubman Museum of African-American Art and History offer a varied choice of things to see.
Athens is home to the University of Georgia, rock groups REM and B-52 and, consequently has a thriving entertainment scene. It also has some interesting remnants of antebellum Georgia in its historic buildings. Augusta is well known to golf-lovers for hosting the Masters Tournament but it also has a pleasant waterfront and historic downtown district.
The Seasons and Weather Around Georgia Rental Homes
Summer can be hot and humid in southern Georgia with temperatures of 90 F and higher. Winters are cool but sunny with occasional freezing temperatures overnight. Spring and fall are the perfect times to enjoy the area, with temperatures in the 60s F and plenty of recreational activities to enjoy.