Hugging the state line with Georgia at Lake Seminole – the reservoir created by the dam where the Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers form the Apalachicola – Three Rivers State Park is a prime getaway for anglers.
Fees: $3 per vehicle
Open: 8 AM until sunset daily
Leashed pets welcome
Lake Seminole is known for record-setting bass, and you’ll pull in both largemouth and smallmouth here along with bream, catfish, and speck. It’s also known for its alligators, so keep alert.
On the land side, the rugged hills around the lake are a delight to roam on its nature trails, which afford excellent views during winter, when the leaves are off the trees. Wildflowers cascade down steep slopes in spring.
Explore the park
- Three Rivers Lakeview Trail - The Lakeview and Ridge Trails at Three Rivers State Park form a 2 mile loop through a shady hardwood forest on the shores of Lake Seminole, a reservoir formed at the confluence of the rivers that create the Apalachicola River.