11839 Spring Lake Way
Fayetteville, GA 30215
About Arrowhead Lakes
Located on the edge of Metro Atlanta in Cherokee County, Georgia, USA, this private lake is considered one of the most beautiful in the entire state of Georgia. Imagine green forests and seductive mountain peaks reflected in crystal clear water fed by water, and imagine how the green forest reflects off the seductive mountain peak.
The name is due to the physical shape of an arrowhead and the huge Indian communities that once flourished here.
The northern part of the lake is dotted with secluded bays and bays and has a number of lakes and ponds as well as a variety of waterfalls and other natural features. Unsurprisingly, it is a very sought after place - after a place to live and properties and holiday lets are widely available, usually on a hill known as the Pantyhose. The lake was named "Arrowhead Lake," which stands for "Lake Arrowhead, Georgia," a reference to the arrowhead in the US Constitution.
The arrowhead dam is also located at the southern end of the spectacular waters and to the south is the Great Basin, where most of the water skiing and boat trips in the region take place. For many homeowners who live in this part of the city, there is no designated exclusion zone.
Swimming, wakeboarding, rubber dinghies and kayaking are some of the best outdoor activities in the area. Pontoon boating is also popular, but jet skis are not allowed due to noise restrictions. The complex has a variety of amenities, including a swimming pool, tennis courts, a pool house and a fitness center.
Fishermen can catch catfish, bream, toad and perch, as well as fish for trout and other fish species. Hiking along the three main trails of Lake Arrowhead, the Lake Rowhead Trail System, offers a variety of hiking and wildlife viewing opportunities for adults and children. There are three main paths in the area, each one, two or four kilometres long and with a total length of about 1.5 kilometres.
Cline Park offers a variety of outdoor activities for children and adults, such as hiking, biking, fishing and camping. There is a playground, baseball field, playground and gazebos offering a wide range of activities, as well as a picnic area and picnic tables.
Cline Park is constantly attracting visitors of all ages and there are a number of picnic areas and outdoor recreational areas available to the public.
It has a 1,141-foot dam and in this small body of water only electric motors are allowed. It is fed by a powerful river and the lake is bordered to the north by the Chattahoochee River, Georgia's largest freshwater river and one of the largest in the United States.
Six million visitors visit this beautiful lake, located in the south of Georgia and bordered by the Chattahoochee River, Georgia's largest freshwater river and one of its largest. Also nearby is Lake Arrowhead State Park, a popular tourist attraction and Georgia's largest lake.
The congregation was officially founded in 1889 and named after a Cherokee (Indian) princess named Warluskee, a girl who lived in this part long ago. The city had a long and successful history as a mining town and eventually became the college town it is today.
The institution began in 1883 and has since been expanded to meet the high educational needs of the Atlanteans. A second campus was built to meet high demand, and the modern Waleska is the only public college in the state of Georgia with a full-time science program.
Don't miss the incredible solitude and serenity Lake Arrowhead has to offer, and don't let it get you too far away from the modern conveniences of urban life. Spend a quiet sunset or two hours kayaking while the deer sip water on the lake's shores.