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    2302 Booster Club Road
    Chatahoochee, FL 32324
    Phone: (229) 662-2001

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See the Lake Seminole website for additional information. Primary recreational opportunities are listed below.

Directions & Lake History/Factoid
Directions: From Tallahassee, Florida travel 42 miles west on US 90 to Chattahoochee, FL. Turn right to travel north on Decatur Street for 1 mile. Decatur Street becomes Booster Club Road at the Georgia state line. The dam and visitor center are on the left (2302 Booster Club Road).

Factoid: The Lake Seminole project, originally authorized as the Jim Woodruff Lock & Dam Project by the River and Harbor Act of 1946, was the first of three locks and dams constructed for navigation, hydropower, recreation and related use purposes on the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee, and Flint River systems. Construction of this multipurpose project began in 1947 and was completed in 1957. Lake Seminole borders both Georgia and Florida and has 37,500 acres of water and over 18,000 acres of surrounding land. Lake Seminole offers opportunities for boating, fishing, camping and picnicking at parks and campgrounds situated around the lake. The lake boasts some of the best fishing and the best sunsets in the area.

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Recreation Services Status
Please see the list below for USACE managed areas. Other parks run by state or private marinas are not included in the list below. Please contact the state or private marina for additional information.

Open    Partially Open    Closed    Status Unknown

37 Recreation areas at Lake Seminole

 Recreation Area Column Header Image Area Status  Campsite Column Header Image  Lodging Column Header Image  Showers Column Header Image  Ramps Column Header Image  Marina Column Header Image  Fishing Column Header Image  Picnic Column Header Image  Playground Column Header Image  Swimming Column Header Image  Trails Column Header Image
10 - Mile Still       X   D        
Bainbridge By-Pass E D     X   D A G   X BE M
Big Slough       X            
Buena Vista       X   D        
Buffalo Pond Park (Ralph King Landing)       X   D        
Butlers Ferry (Trails End Marina) E X X X X D A       H
Chattahoochee Athletic Area     X       A        
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Chattahoochee Park   $         D P A GS X   B M
Cummings Landing N     X   D A        
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Cypress Pond         D A        
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Damsite West Bank           P        
Decatur Lake       X   D        
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Desser         D A        
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Eastbank Campground  Link ro reservation at   $   X   D C GS     H
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Faceville Landing   $       D P A GS      
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Fairchilds         D P        
Flint River Heights Park       X            
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Hales Landing   $   X   D A GS      
Harvel Pond       X            
Horseshoe Bend       X   D        
Howell's Landing       X            
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Lower Pool           P        
Neal's Landing N   X X     A        
Parramore Landing       X   D A        
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Rays Lake   $         D P GS      
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Reynoldsville         D A        
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area River Junction   $   X   D A        
Saunders Slough       X            
Sealy Point       X   D P A        
Seminole Lodge E D X X X X D C GS      
Seminole State Park E D X X X   D A GS X BE H
Smiths Landing       X   D A        
Sneads       X   D A GS X BE  
Spring Creek Park       X   D GS      
Spring Creek Resort E N D X X   X D C A        
Three Rivers State Park E G D X X X   D C A GS X   M
Wingate's Lodge E N D X X X X D C GS X    
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area   Corps Managed Managed by Others in Italics $ Corps Fees Collected
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XExists at lake
EElectric Campsites
NNon-electric Campsites
PPrimitive Campsites
GGroup Camping
DDump Station
CFish Cleaning Stations
DFishing Docks
PFishing Piers
APicnic Area
GGroup Picnic
GSGroup Picnic Shelter
PSwimming Pool
BBike Trails
QEquestrian Trails
HHiking Trails
IHiking Trails - Interpretive
ROff Road Vehicle Trails
FFitness Trails
WWater Trails
SSnow Mobile Trails
CCCross Country Skiing Trails
MMultipurpose Trails

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