Seed Lake in Northeast Georgia provides a quiet peace and serenity that defines the character of the lake. It is probably the most overlooked of the Tallulah River Basin chain of lakes, which may appeal to many pleasure boaters, anglers, and residents. Seed Lake is the narrow Tallulah River impoundment of 240 acres with a shoreline of approximately 13 miles. Access to Seed Lake is limited to one boat ramp on the north side of the lake. The lake is surrounded by national forest and Georgia Power property. Membership in the Seed Lake Association is available for all property owners.