Lake Access for All
When it comes to outdoor pursuits, nothing rivals the serenity, beauty and joy of lakefront living. With our lakefront park, every resident has access to Lake Hartwell, one of the largest lakes in the country boasting more than 960 miles of shoreline covering two states and six counties. Renowned for its striped bass fishing, Lake Hartwell caters to sportsmen and amateurs alike and its awe-inspiring scenery makes a cruise aboard our club pontoon our club pontoon the definition of relaxation. Whether you want to set a hook off the docks at the Currahee Lake Park or take to the open water, you’ll find your rhythm of life on the shorelines of Currahee Club.
Currahee Lake Park & Pavilion
Featuring 12 community boat slips, Currahee Lake Park & Pavilion gives every resident access to 56,000-acre Lake Hartwell. Enjoy tranquility at the water’s edge, a book or afternoon nap in one of the lakeside hammocks or cast your line off the covered community boat dock or from a canoe on the lake. Constructed in 2017, Currahee Club’s newest edition, the Lake Pavilion, offers the perfect gathering spot for a summer’s barbeque complete with fire pits and space for fun for over 100 guests. Currahee Lake Park & Pavilion also offers easy access to the community’s miles of walking trails.
An Outdoor Paradise
From renowned bass fishing to secluded fishing holes along feeder streams, Currahee Club offers immediate access to North Georgia’s lakes, rivers and streams. The family can enjoy a day on the lake from secluded islands with swimming holes to recreational boating, skiing and tubing to canoeing and kayaking. Forgot your water toys? No problem! Kayaks are available at Currahee Lake Park & Pavilion. There is no shortage of activities for everyone in and around Currahee Club.