Come experience the best kayaking that Lake Blue Ridge has to offer! Hours may vary with the season – please call ahead at the number below.
Lake Blue Ridge Kayak Rentals & More
Looking for kayak rental in Georgia and the Blue Ridge Mountains? The Point, at Morganton Point Campground on Lake Blue Ridge in North Georgia, has everything you need to enjoy a day on the lake — from kayak rentals and fishing gear to souvenirs and snacks. Whether it is just for the day, or a week-long camping trip, The Point at Lake Blue Ridge should be at the top of your list.
Kayak Rentals at The Point
Lake kayaking is perfect for all skill levels, and the best part – you don’t have to be an expert! Sit back, relax and soak in the beautiful scenery around the waters of Lake Blue Ridge. We have a variety of options and gear to choose from for your Blue Ridge Mountain kayaking adventure.
$35.00 : : 2-hour rental
$15.00 each additional hour
$85.00 : : 24-hour rental
Rates are per person
Single Sit-on-Top Kayaks
Double Sit-on-Top Kayaks
Fishing Sit-on-Tops w/ rod holders
Kayak Rental FAQ
Each rental includes your choice of kayak, adjustable paddle, and a PFD (personal flotation device). Note: PFDs must be worn at all times when kayaking on the lake.
We only accept credit card payments at this time.
Yes! Call 706-374-1645 to reserve your boat. Credit cards can be taken over the phone.
All paddlers must read and sign a waiver and rental agreement. Paddlers under 18-years old must have a parent or guardian sign for them. Children must be able to fit in our PFD and support themselves unassisted (with a PFD) in deep water.
No pets are allowed. Sorry!
Kayak rentals will be suspended in inclement weather conditions.
Current COVID protocol:
Masks are suggested to enter the shop.
We adhere to all CDC guidelines.
Lake Blue Ridge
The Point is managed by FIND Outdoors and is part of Morganton Point Recreation Area, a beautiful campground and day-use area that sits on the shores of Lake Blue Ridge — or Blue Ridge Lake, as some may say. Locals and businesses use both name variations, but either way you say it, this area has it all. The 3,200-acre lake has an abundance of shoreline for exploration, nature-watching, and summertime fun! All that’s missing is YOU!
Blue Ridge Dam
Blue Ridge Dam sits upstream near the intersection point of Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee. The reservoir is owned and operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority. The manmade lake was built by the Toccoa Electric Power Company in 1939 for hydroelectric power. At the time of its completion, it was the largest earthen dam in the entire Southeastern United States.
Blue Ridge Lake Recreation Area
Locals may know of the smaller day-use area, called Blue Ridge Lake Recreation Area, just across the lake from Morganton Point, on its own sheltered peninsula. The remnants of the old campground provide the perfect backdrop to walk your favorite furry friend, take the kids for a bike ride, or just stroll along the lakeside.
What else is near Blue Ridge Lake?
The Point is located within Morganton Point Campground, walking distance to RV campsites, cabin rentals, and hiking trails. Nearby is Vogel State Park, the Blue Ridge dam, downtown Blue Ridge, GA, the Oconee River, the Blue Ridge Mountains, the beautiful Bavarian mountain town of Helen, GA, and more.
Lake Blue Ridge, GA is the perfect weekend gettaway — just a short drive from Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
- Hiawassee, Georgia – 45 minutes
- Helen, Georgia – 1 hour
- Atlanta, Georgia – 2 hours
- Chattanooga, Tennessee – 1 hour, 45 minutes
- Asheville, North Carolina – 2.5 hours
- Charlotte, North Carolina – 4.5 hours
- Columbia, South Carolina – 4.5 hours
For more information about things to do in and around Lake Blue Ridge, check out Morganton Point Recreation Area.
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