Lakes Blue Ridge and Burton, Georgia 1:24,000(Blue Ridge) 1:30,000(Burton) 1-sided 25″x38″. The Blue Ridge Lake coverage of the map has 50ft Contour Intervals. Blue Ridge Lake is a 3290-acre lake approximately 90 minutes from Atlanta that is 11 miles long with over 65 miles of lake frontage/shoreline, with 80 percent being undeveloped, a majority of which is United States Forest Service land. Tucked away in the North Georgia mountains, it offers boating, swimming, hiking camping, picnicking, wakeboarding, waterskiing and fishing. The Lake Burton coverage is vicinity only. No Contour Intervals are available for Lake Burton. Lake Burton is located in north east Georgia about 15 miles northeast of Helen, Georgia and 6 miles west of Tiger, GA. Burton is part of the Georgia Power Company chain of lakes on the Tallulah River. Burton consists of 2775 acres of lake with 62 miles of shoreline. Points of interest include Moccasin Creek State Park and Laprades Camp and Marina. Full pool elevation is 1866′ MSL.