The lake is located in the Red Hills Region and is approximately 5,757 acres in size and is 7 miles long and up to 2 miles wide. It has a drainage basin of roughly 101 square miles. Its maximum depth is 40 feet.
The volume of water in the lake is affected by water in its own drainage basin and by water from the Ochlockonee River and rainfall in Southwestern Georgia.
The eastern end of Lake Iamonia is oligotrophic which makes it one of the cleanest lakes in Leon County.
County Road 12 runs along the northern part of the lake. Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy is perched on the north side of the lake.
The eastern side comes near US 319, the south side is bordered by the developments of Killearn Lakes Plantation and Luna Pines.
The west side comes near State Road 155 (N. Meridian Road).
The lake is surrounded by 4,000 acres of land under conservation easement.
This lake is seven miles long and two miles wide. It is shallow with an average depth of five feet. It is located in the Tallahassee Red Hills Region, just south of the Georgia border. There are two landings around this lake. The Van Brunt Landing is located in the Kate Ireland County Park, which is located on Iamonia Landing Road. This park offers a picnic shelter, restrooms, nature trails, and a boat ramp.
Recreational Activities: fishing, paddling
Directions from I-10: (2 Landings)
Bull Headley Landing: Take exit 203 and head north on Thomasville Road, US 319. Go approximately 4 miles to Bannerman Road and take a left. Take a right at Bull Headley Road, which will dead end at the landing.
Kate Ireland Park/Van Brunt Landing: Head north on Thomasville Road, US 319. Go approximately 12 miles to State Road 12 and take a left. Take a left on Iamonia Landing Road, which will dead end at the landing.