Christmas at the Ritz- Lake Oconee

Weighs in at 6,000 lbs and measures over 22.5 feet in diameter…what could I possibly be talking about? No, it’s not my weight and waist line after all these recent holiday celebrations. I’m talking about the absolutely gorgeous Christmas tree on display at The Ritz-Carlton Lodge on Lake Oconee. The tree made the trip all the way from Tennessee and I was able to sneak over and snap some photos as it arrived. Standing over 50 feet tall, setting up this holiday display was definitely a job!

Over 50 feet in the air (in a cherry picker) looking down on where the tree will stand

Birds eye view of Gaby's and the infinity pool

The tree is here!

Base of the tree measured 2 feet

Going up! Gonna need a little more than your average tree stand!

50 feet tall, weighs 6000 lbs, and measures 22.5 feet in diameter

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays Lake Oconee

“After the holidays the tree is actually going to be carried out to a very deep part of the lake and sunk to create a natural reservoir for fish here in Lake Oconee,” says Gino Marasco, Director of Sales & Marketing for the hotel. For more holiday events that you and your family can enjoy please visit The Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation website and check out their Calendar of Events.

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About Margie

Living back in my birthplace, the Lake Oconee/Greensboro area of Georgia after several years of traveling and sailing in the South Pacific. Blogging about life, business, real estate, and news. Feel free to contact me with any questions or just to say "hi!" This blog is the most popular online news source in the area reaching hundreds, sometimes thousands, of residents and visitors a day! Thanks! Margie aka Marge at Large, Coldwell Banker Lake Oconee Realty
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One Response to Christmas at the Ritz- Lake Oconee

  1. Clare says:

    So beautiful! I wish we were going to be by the lake this Christmas/New Year season but I’m glad to have your blog to live through instead!

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