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Seminole State Park

United States


Brochure InfoThis southwest Georgia park is on beautiful Lake Seminole, a 37,500-acre reservoir with excellent boating, fishing and birding. Cottages, many campsites and even picnic shelters sit near the water's edge, offering excellent views and quick access to the lake. Because the park surrounds a small cove, visitors usually enjoy smooth water for skiing and tubing. A sand swimming beach is also provided for lake lovers. Wildlife is abundant throughout Seminole, and a nature trail leads past gopher tortoise burrows, a wetland boardwalk and one of the largest longleaf pine forests in a Georgia state park. Observant visitors may also see alligators, osprey, bald eagles and other wildlife. Nearby wildlife management areas provide great duck and deer hunting.Brochure Info - OrientationSeminole State Park's terrain is relatively flat. The park's forest, maintained through the practice of prescribed burns, keeps the undergrowth to a minimum. The longleaf pine/wiregrass ecosystem is home to gopher tortoises and an abundance of other wildlife. The cove of water, located within the park, gives access to the larger waters of Lake Seminole. From the park's shoreline, boaters are also only minutes away from the Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers. Jim Woodruff Dam is also only a short boat ride away.Brochure Info - RecreationBoating and Water Skiing - 5 ramps Fishing - 3 docks Lake Swimming Hiking on the 2.2-mile Gopher Tortoise Nature Trail Canoe Rental Miniature Golf (fee) Geocaching Playground BirdingBrochure Info - Facilities and Restrictions14 Cottages 50 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites Treehouse Camping (sleeps 15) 2 Pioneer Campgrounds Lake and Swimming Beach 5 Picnic Shelters 1 Group Shelter (seats 200) Gift ShopBrochure Info - Nearby AttractionsKolomoki Mounds State Historic Park Key InfoFor reservation inquiries please call 1-800-864-7275. For Park inquiries please contact the park at 229-861-3137. A ParkPass is required for all vehicles. Price for ParkPasses are not included with the reservation. Overnight guests pay only one ParkPass fee for the duration of their stay. The daily ParkPass is valid at all state parks visited the same day and is not valid at state historic sites. ParkPass fees are as follow: 1-12 passenger vehicles $5 per day or $50 annual ParkPass; 13-30 passenger vehicles $30 per day or $75 annual ParkPass; 31 or more passenger vehicles $70 per day or $250 annual ParkPass; Georgia active duty military/veterans $3.75 per day or $37.50 annual ParkPass. For information on our park rules and reservation policies please visit our website http://gastateparks.org/thingstoknow. Rules and regulations are posted at site offices and must be observed by all guests and their visitors.Important Information for Daily EntranceDirectionSeminole State Park is located 16 miles south of Donalsonville, GA on Highway 253. 23 miles west of Bainbridge.Booking Window Product Info

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