Three Rivers State Park
About Three Rivers State Park
A NOTE FROM THE MANAGER
Ronnie M. Hudson
Spring is just around the corner and the wildlife at Three Rivers have been very active, so bring a camera for some beautiful shots of both the flora and fauna. White-tailed deer and fox squirrels are commonly seen along the park drive.
Three Rivers has thirty campsites and one cabin situated right on the edge of Lake Seminole. Campsites with water, electricity and fire rings are $16.00 per night plus tax. The cabin sleeps four and includes one bedroom, a loft, bathroom, dining room, kitchenette, fireplace and a screened porch. It is for $65.00 per night plus tax.
In addition to family camping, the park also has a youth/group camping area. This semi/primitive camping area is divided into two camping areas with a bathhouse in the center.
Whether at the campground or while visiting the day use area, visitors have many activities to choose from at the park. For a nice relaxing day, pack a picnic and enjoy lunch under a covered pavilion overlooking Lake Seminole, then let the kids play on the playground.
For a great day outside, bring a fishing pole or take a leisurely walk on a nature trail. Need to get some exercise? Bring your bike and ride through the park or rent a canoe and paddle around the lake.
The park also offers pavilion space to rent for family gatherings, reunions, birthdays, weddings and other events.
Three Rivers State Park is a great family spot for recreation and relaxation!
Three Rivers State Park is located two miles north of Sneads on State Road 271 (River Road).
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