Record revenue is streaming from the Lake Tobesofkee Recreation Area.
Director Doug Furney says revenue is up $50,000 this year. He says for February, revenue was up $17,000 compared to the same month last year.
At Arrowhead Park Wednesday, Donnell Williams stood fishing for his catch of the day. He's spent his spare time on the lake for many years, but says the recent upgrades add to the appeal.
Williams, who live in Macon, says, "It's cleaner and plus if you want to go camping, you have a lot of grills out here they added to it, and the surrounding's much better."
Lake Tobesofkee not only attracts local people, but also travelers from across the country. That has the county on track to have their best year of revenue ever.
Furney says, "The revenue is up about $50,000 over last year at this time." He says, "The weather, the way it's been over the last couple of months, February and March has been really good."