Fishing, boating and soaking up the sun are just a few of the favorite activities on Lake Sinclair. For a listing of things to do on the lake, visit HERE. Encompassing 15,330 acres for fishing, skiing, swimming, boating and dipping your toes in off the dock, Lake Sinclair offers endless afternoon's of family fun. Several area marinas offer convenience for visitors to fuel their boat and belly. Rent a paddle board, jet ski or pontoon boat for a day on the water. If one day isn't enough, campgrounds and home rentals allow guests to watch the sunset glisten on the water. As well as area hotels are available a few miles down the road. With Milledgeville's mild climate, you will find watercraft of all shapes and sizes on the lake year-round. Fishing tournaments from club level to professional are common on Lake Sinclair, and your best bets are Largemouth Bass, Crappie, Hybrids, Catfish & Striped Bass.
And the best part? The lake level is always full! Electricity is generated by Georgia Power by pumping water from Lake Oconee into Sinclair during the day and in the opposite direction at night (to ensure plenty of flow during peak demand times); since Sinclair is downstream, it must be at full pool to reach the pumps.