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Rock Eagle Effigy

108 W. Marion St., Eatonton, GA 31024

The most recognized Native American effigy in the county, Rock Eagle offers the outdoor traveler a glimpse into the past. Formed thousands of years ago, guests can climb the observation tower and take in the unique view from above.


Rock Hawk Effigy

125 Wallace Dam Rd., Eatonton, GA 31024

One of two Native American bird-shaped effigies in Putnam County, Rock Hawk features something for everyone. The drive from downtown Eatonton to the effigy is along one of the state’s Historic Scenic Byways and you will surely find out why. At the effigy, view the historic shape from the observation tower, hike one of the trails, view historical markers, and see a local mural depicting Putnam County history.


Butterflies & Blooms Butterfly Garden & Trail

108 W. Marion St., Eatonton, GA 31024

Located near downtown Eatonton, this garden and shock-absorbent trail loop offers a quiet place for a peaceful walk. The grounds include a boardwalk, various water features, and multiple butterfly sanctuaries that bloom throughout the year.


Lake Sinclair

Bordering the southern part of Putnam County, Lake Sinclair features convenient locations for boat ramps and everything you need for a relaxing day of fishing on the lake. Rent a boat or jet ski from one of the many rental companies or marinas that service Lake Sinclair.

We Recommend: Crooked Creek Marina or Sinclair Marina.


Lake Oconee

On the eastern end of Putnam County, Lake Oconee features the upscale lake experience with a variety of options for everything the lake has to offer. Rent boats or jet skis from one of the convenient rental companies or marinas on the lake.

We Recommend: Anchors Marina or Young-Harris Watersports.


Historic Walking Tour in Downtown Eatonton

108 W. Marion St., Eatonton, GA 31024

Pick up the Historical Walking Tour brochure at the Visit Eatonton Visitor's Center on the exterior display, or stop in and grab a free coffee or water for your walk. As you stroll the streets of historic downtown Eatonton, you’ll get a taste of Eatonton’s rich history and architecture.