Lake Seminole National Park

Park Description

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, hydro-power, recreation and related use purposes on the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee, and Flint River systems. Construction of this muti-purpose 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.

Park Address

P.O. Box 96

Chatahoochee, FL, 32324

Lake Seminole National Park Activites

BIKING

BOATING

CAMPING

FISHING

HIKING

PICNICKING

WATER SPORTS

WILDLIFE VIEWING

PLAYGROUND PARK SPECIALIZED SPORT SITE

OTHER RECREATION CONCESSION SITE

HOTEL/LODGE/RESORT PRIVATELY OWNED

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION