Spend a day on Lake Harding
Before you spend a day of recreation on Lake Harding, here are the basics of our great lake! Lake Harding is part of the Chattahoochee River System which divides Harris County Ga and mainly Lee County Ala. Lake Harding is a 5850 acre lake that is about 13 miles long. It is a Georgia Power lake established in 1926.
One of the best advantages of Lake Harding is it is not at populated or busy as many of the larger lakes in Ga. Here is how we spend our time during the year enjoying the lake life.
Of course there is all types of boating on Lake Harding. We share the waters with ski/wake boats, all types of fishing boats and even a few “go fast” boats but mostly pontoons are the preferred transportation. If you have seen any of the new options in pontoon boats stop by Singleton Marine (706-984-8432). They’re not your daddy’s pontoon any longer:)!
Lake Harding is famous for many types of fish including Bass, Crappie, Catfish etc. There is also has a great population of Striped Bass. The fishermen usually start early in AM and some are still out after midnight with lights that would make Sanford stadium proud!
Blanton Creek state park is on the north end of the lake. Blanton Creek is a 51 site camp for both RV and tents campers. It has a boat ramp and nice public facilities for users. Book early they are always full!
When you need a break from tubing, boating or fishing don’t forget to stop at 219 on the Lake (Ga side) or Docks at Lake Harding (AL side). Both locations have a great menu, sell gas and have convenience items on site. The Docks rent pontoons also.
We hope you have a great day on our hidden gem, Lake Harding! If you have been dreaming of owning a home on Lake Harding please let us know. Click here for more information about lake living.
Jamie and Terri have owned a home on Lake Harding in Harris county Ga for 20+ years.
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