Three Rivers State Park

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 over looking 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, bob-white quail and other native wildlife. This tucked away park is known for its serenity.