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Cherokee Recreation Area is a day use area overlooking Clarks Hill Lake. Phone: Toll Free 800-533-3478 - Address: 5926 Augusta Hwy, Lincolnton Georgia 30817
Lincoln County Recreation Center offers Swimming, tennis, basketball, men's and women's softball, little league baseball, football, soccer, T-ball and other spectator sports.
Phone
: 706-359-2236 - Located in Lincolnton Georgia
Eddie Fletcher Memorial County Park
Park Amenities: Boat ramp, toilets, picnic areas and swimming beach
Graves Mountain elevation is approximately 900 feet. It is the world's premier location for large, multiply twinned rutile crystals; rutile, lazulite, pyrophyllite, kyanite, hematite, pyrite, ilmenite, muscovite, fuchsite, barite, sulfur, blue quartz, quartz crystals, and microcrystals such as woodhouseite, variscite, strengite, phosphosiderite, cacoxenite, crandallite. Rare minerals abound in the rubble from an old mining operation. Rutile and rare titanium dioxide crystal are some of the more popular minerals found on the mountain, along with kyanite, neon-blue lazulite, pyrophyllite, iridescent hematite and iron pyrite ("fool's gold"). Rock hounds, geology students and others make frequent pilgrimages to the surreal geological anomaly that juts skyward from an otherwise smooth terrain. Phone: 706-359-7970 - Location: US Highway 378, Lincolnton Georgia 30817 - Directions: 6 miles from the City of Lincolnton Georgia
Lincoln County Historical Park is an assemblage of aged-buildings, featuring the Groves-May House, Dr. May's office, a log smokehouse, an old sawmill, a blacksmith's shop, restored 1850's cotton gin, and a restorated late 1700's log cabin, moved and situated in one location. The Park is maintained by the Lincoln County Historical Society. Phone: 706-359-1031 - Location: 147 Lumber Street, Lincolnton Georgia 30817
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Parks
Amity Day Use Area is a Day use fee area with a boat ramp, courtesy dock, fish cleaning station, fishing pier, restrooms, picnic areas, picnic shelter(s), playground and swimming beach.
Managed by the US Corps of Engineers. Phone: 800-533-3478 Address: 5870 Thomson Hwy, Lincolnton Georgia 30817 - Directions: US Hwy 378
Bussey Point Management Area is a 2,545-acre park. It offers primitive camping, horseback riding areas, abundant wildlife, natural forest setting, picnic areas, picnic shelters, restrooms and over 9 miles of hiking trails. Phone: Toll free at 800-333-3478, 864-333-1100 - Location: Double Branches Road, Lincolnton Georgia 30817 - Directions: Highway 47.
Clarks Hill Lake is the largest reservoir in the southeast boasting 1,200 miles of shoreline with 400 miles located in Lincoln County. Recreational oasis. Fishing is very popular with the lake brimming with largemouth, white, striped, and hybrid bass, crappie, bluegill, catfish, and a limited supply of brown and rainbow trout. Clarks Hill Lake attracts a variety of sports competitions such as bass tournaments, that offer participation either as a spectator or participant, and several crappie tournaments. In addition to fishing, many also enjoy relaxing on the shores, sunbathing, or swimming, boating, and skiing. Phone: 706-359-7970 - Location: US Highway 378 East, Lincolnton Georgia 30817
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