Located on beautiful Lake Seminole this 604 acre southwest Georgia park offers many opportunities for fun and recreation. Recreational opportunities at the park include swimming, birding, boating and water skiing, and miniature golf. The 2.2 mile Gopher Tortoise nature trail leads past gopher tortoise burrows, a wetland boardwalk, and one of the largest Longleaf Pines forests in a Georgia State Park. Observant visitors may also see alligators, osprey, and other wildlife. Nearby wildlife management areas provide great duck and deer hunting.
Seminole State Park is located 16 miles south of Donalsonville via Highway 39, on Georgia Highway 253. Park hours are 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. A Georgia park pass is required at Seminole State Park. For more information contact the park superintendent’s Office at 229-861-3137 or the Donalsonville/Seminole County Chamber of Commerce at 229-524-2588.
Seminole State Park has 14 waterfront two-bedroom cottages with central heating and air conditioning. Each cabin has a screened porch that faces the lake. The cottages are all equipped with a stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave oven, coffee maker, kitchen utensils and linen. There is a handicap accessible cabin, and 4 cabins have wood-burning fireplaces.
Seminole State Park has 50 tent, trailer, and RV campsites. All sites have water, 30 & 50 amp electrical hook-ups, a picnic table and a fire ring or grill. A bathhouse with hot showers and laundry facilities is located in the campground.
The park offers a pioneer camping area for organized groups under the active supervision of adult leaders. The site is semi-remote and without shower facilities.
Tree House Camping
30ft x 30ft screened in huts on stilts. Benches surround the perimeter. The huts are equipped with picnic tables and grills. No water, no electricity.
The park has five open picnic shelter and one enclosed group shelters available for rent.
The group shelter will seat 75 guests and is equipped with heat & air conditioning, stove, sink, refrigerator, and folding chairs and tables.
Each of the five open shelters have four picnic tables, grills, water and lights. Each shelter will seat approximately 30 people. The picnic shelters can be used on a first come first served basis or can be reserved.