Pickens County, GA Homes for Lease
Pickens Rental Properties
197 Little Doe Lane
67 Bryant Street
372 Sycamore Trail
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Leasing a Home in the
Big Canoe® Community
Leasing a home in Big Canoe has a lot of advantages. Big Canoe is a very large community with several neighborhoods ranging from the meadow like terrain of Wildcat all the way to the 3000 ft elevations of Sanderlin Mountain. As a newcomer to Big Canoe it is sometimes difficult to decide which neighborhood to reside. Many buyers choose to lease a home in Big Canoe for 6 months or a year so they can become familiar with all the neighborhoods while they enjoy all that Big Canoe has to offer.
It is a good idea if you are building a home in Big Canoe to live here as well to oversee the daily events of the construction. Builders often call the owners to meet them at the construction site during several stages of the building process. Being on hand can also expedite the the wole building process.
Big Canoe Activities and Amenities
Big Canoe offers an incredible variety of amenities. The 27 hole Joe Lee designed golf course is one of the best in the Southeast, and the mountain vistas decorated with autumn foliage is simply stunning and makes for a golf outing you won't soon forget! Big Canoe's expansive fitness center surpasses the quality of most in-town fitness centers. Inside this state of the art facility, you will find exercise and weight equipment, an indoor pool, as well as racquet ball and tennis courts. More personal services and classes are offered as well such as yoga, Pilates, personal trainers, and massage.
Big Canoe also features several gorgeous clear water lakes: Lake Petit, Lake Sconti, and Lake Disharoon. Lake Disharoon offers swimming at the sandy beach as well as a swim club. A large waterslide connects Lake Disharoon to Lake Sconti and is a summertime favorite! Canoing and boating is also available on Lakes Sconti and Petit. All three lakes are stocked on a regular basis, and are home to some of the largest trout you will ever catch!
Miles of hiking trails weave throughout Big Canoe's many streams and forests. Big Canoe is a wilderness area and is in close proximity to the Dawson Forest as well as Amicalola Falls. It is common to see deer and wild turkey on any of Big Canoe's trails, and there are also other points of interest such as the Prospecting Mounds, Bent Trees, the Jeep Trail, and even an old moonshine still!
Other amenities include the Wildcat Recreation area with baseball and soccer fields, basketball courts, and pavilion. The Wildcat pool offers both an adult pool and a children's pool complete with fun water features! There is also a play field located in the heart of Big Canoe that includes a large ball field, a playground, and multiple grills.