A Favorite Place for Generations
For centuries, people have been captivated by the serene beauty of the land that now comprises Blalock Lakes. The Creek Indians once called this area of western Georgia home, and evidence of their culture can be found in the many arrowheads still being discovered on the property. In the late 1940s, local businessman and state politician Daniel Braxton Blalock fell in love with the land and created for his family a private retreat. The Blalocks built a lake house, and several generations came to enjoy all of the sporting activities the property had to offer—fishing, water skiing, horseback riding, hunting, and exploring nature. Under the Blalocks' care, the land became a place where good times were shared and memories made. Now, with the blessing of the Blalock family, it is your family's turn to write your own history here.