Southeast Discovery Client Community, Reynolds Lake Oconee, Announces September 2016 Garden & Gun Weekend Event

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Southern-Themed Weekend Hosted by Garden & Gun Magazine and Ritz Carlton Reynolds Lake Oconee a Unique Showcase for Lake Oconee Community Says Real Estate Expert Marian Schaffer of Southeast Discovery.

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If you’re looking to experience the ‘high life’ of Southern living in an iconic, Georgia lakefront setting, the Garden & Gun Weekend at Ritz Carlton Lake Oconee September 23-25, 2016 will undoubtedly fit the bill.

Southeast Discovery client community Reynolds Lake Oconee in Greensboro, Georgia has announced its Garden & Gun Weekend at Lake Oconee event to be held September 23-25, 2016 at the Ritz Carlton Reynolds Lake Oconee, eighty miles east of Atlanta, Georgia.

“The exclusive weekend will be hosted by the resort along with Garden & Gun magazine, the glossy niche publication that stylishly celebrates ‘some of the best food, drinks, music, and sporting in the South’,” said Marian Schaffer, Principal and Founder of Southeast Discovery. “It’s also a great time of year to visit the outstanding Georgia master-planned community of Reynolds Lake Oconee, especially if you’re looking for a lakefront retirement or second home community.”

The Garden & Gun Weekend at Lake Oconee package includes:

  • Meeting the editors, chefs, and experts of Garden & Gun magazine
  • Lake view overnight accommodations for two at the resort on Friday, September 23 and Saturday, September 24
  • Friday evening Bluegrass Barbecue featuring Pitmaster John Lewis of Charleston, South Carolina
  • Saturday breakfast at Georgia’s Bistro
  • Saturday afternoon cruise to Sandy Creek Barn, where a culinary demonstration inspired by Garden & Gun’s latest book, The Southerner’s Cookbook, will be featured, followed by lunch. A bourbon master class by Seth and Justin Thompson will follow the lunch.
  • Saturday evening festivities featuring cocktails, live music, and seated dinner followed by S’mores and fireworks
  • Southern Sunday Brunch

The package also includes a complimentary resort activity package with overnight valet parking, internet, non-motorized lake recreation, bike rentals, and golf transportation.

The September 23-25, 2016 Garden & Gun Weekend at Lake Oconee package starts at $3,300 per couple which includes all tax and gratuities. Advance reservations are required and are subject to availability, non-refundable and are pre-paid at the time of reservation.

For more area and community information regarding Reynolds Lake Oconee, Schaffer suggests contacting Southeast Discovery before you go so that she can share the high points about retirement or vacation living at Reynolds Lake Oconee. “If you’re looking to experience the ‘high life’ of Southern living in an iconic, Georgia lakefront setting, the Garden & Gun Weekend at Ritz Carlton Lake Oconee will undoubtedly fit the bill,” said Schaffer. “And while there, consider staying a few extra days to tour the community and perhaps play golf on one of the six award-winning courses at this venerable Georgia golf community.”

Developed by the Reynolds family over 25 years ago, the resort and residential community of Reynolds Lake Oconee features six award-winning championship golf courses and comprehensive man-made amenities, as well as a lakefront 251-room Ritz Carlton resort on property. The 10,000-acre master-planned community is situated along the shores of 19,000-acre Lake Oconee 80 miles east of Atlanta, Georgia.

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Since 2004, Southeast Discovery has been a trusted resource for candid information and insight on communities, developments, and general real estate in the Southeast. Through its highly-ranked web portal, newsletter and blog and its one-on-one work with clients, Southeast Discovery helps buyers actively looking for a retirement or second home in the Southeast navigate the process of identifying the right area and community for their needs. To learn more, visit http://www.southeastdiscovery.com/

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