Three Rivers State Park Trails

Named for the Chattahoochee and Flint rivers that merge to form the Apalachicola River below Lake Seminole, the 682-acre Three Rivers State Park lines two miles of the lake’s southern shore at the Florida-Georgia border. Visitors enjoy nature trails, picnic areas and campgrounds overlooking Lake Seminole, as well as a fishing dock, boat ramp and canoe rentals. While alligators and snapping turtles are commonly seen in the lake, the heavily forested park provides the ideal home for white-tailed deer, grey fox, bobwhite quail and other native wildlife. This tucked away park is known for its serenity.

Amenities

Amenities

Boat Ramp, Bus Parking, Grills, Picnic Area, Pier, Playground

Average Visit Time

Full day, Half day, Multi-day

Disabled Traveler Information

Handicapped Parking