Founded in 1786, Greensboro is the county seat and hometown of Lake Oconee. Greensboro is steeped in Southern history and tradition, and rich with elegant antebellum homes and churches. Greensboro's "Gaol" is one of the oldest penal structures in Georgia. The historical buildings in the downtown area are filled with enticing wares, featuring antiques, clothing, gifts and jewelry.
Lake Oconee features more than 400 miles of shoreline and is an outdoorsman's paradise. Lake Oconee is home of 10 championship golf courses designed by some of the greatest golf course designers in the world.
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Dec 7, 2016 - Dec 7, 2016201 North Main StreetView on Map
706-467-6000Broadway star Lisa Vroman joins the Atlanta Pops Orchestra for this year's magical Holiday Concert! Find Out More
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Lakeside Romance PackageThe Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee1 Lake Oconee TrailView on Map
Spend time with your loved one at the lake and indulge in romantic activities with a resort credit such as a treatment in our newly-renovated Spa or a romantic Chimenea Dinner on the shores of Lake Oconee. > Find Out More