Summer is almost over and the wildlife at Three Rivers State Park have been very active, so bring a camera for some beautiful shots of both the flora and fauna. White-tailed deer and Sherman 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...
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Three Rivers State Park
Welcome to Three Rivers State Park
Where Florida meets the southwest corner of Georgia, the Chattahoochee and Flint rivers converge to form Lake Seminole, the setting for this peaceful park. Hiking through forested hills of pine and mixed hardwoods, visitors might catch sight of fox squirrels, white-tailed deer, gray foxes, or many species of native and migratory birds. Campers can launch from a boat ramp to enjoy some of the best freshwater fishing in the state, or fish from a 100-foot pier in the camping area. A shady picnic area, with tables and grills, overlooks the lake. For large gatherings, three pavilions are available for rental. Overnight visitors can stay in a full-facility (no sewer hook-up, dump station only) campground next to the lake or enjoy the comforts of a modern cabin.