Surrounded by the attractiveness of wild azaleas, laurel and forest woods, Lake Laceola lies in the mountains of Northeast Georgia. Adjacent to the Yonah Wilderness Area and the Chattahoochee National Forest, Lake Laceola is a private lake community, boasting breathtaking views from an elevation of almost 3,000 feet above sea level.Lake Laceola also offers residents one of the best angling experiences in Georgia.
Stocked with rainbow trout, hybrid bass, walleye, blue gill and largemouth bass, the lake features eight solar-powered fish feeders. Fed by nine mountain streams, the lake’s water level remains constant throughout the year. In an era of growing environmental awareness, Lake Laceola wears the badge of a “green” community featuring plenty of conservation space, some of which is national forest and hiking & biking trails.