Offering some of the most beautiful views in Jackson County, Three Rivers State Park spreads across high hills that overlook the 37,500 acre Lake Seminole. The park takes its name from the forks of the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers, which can be seen from the shore. The rivers that flow past the park have carried American Indians, U.S. soldiers, Spanish missionaries, British Royal Marines, Confederate gunboats and more. The fork of the rivers is one of the most historic places in North America. Three Rivers also offers a lakeside cabin, campgrounds, picnic areas, nature trails, bike trails and more! It is open daily and the admission fee is $3 per vehicle.
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. The park is quietly tucked away and is know for its serenity.