Three Rivers State Park

Campground Star: Three Rivers State Park

Florida’s Three Rivers park received a 5-star Campendium review for its lakefront appeal.

“There’s a lot to love about Three Rivers,” writes reviewer Gail K. “The lakefront and lakeview sites have a tremendous view.”


The park is located in Florida near the southwest corner of Georgia, where the Chattahoochee and Flint rivers converge to form Lake Seminole.

Activities include hiking through forested hills of pine and mixed hardwoods (though the campground is not near the trailheads), wildlife viewing (fox squirrels, white-tailed deer, gray foxes, many species of birds, and the occasional alligator), and freshwater fishing. Campers can launch from a boat ramp or fish from a 100-foot pier in the camping area. A shady picnic area with tables and grills overlooks the lake. “I loved it here and will definitely return,” says Gail K.

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More pros: “It’s a small campground so not likely to have a line at the showers or dump station. The bath house was clean and had good water heat and pressure. The rangers were awesome, VERY friendly and helpful.”

Some cons: Be aware of un-level sites and tree roots, limited hours at the registration office, loud noise during peak hunting/recreation seasons (gunshots and bass boats), and “one volunteer who had a really crappy attitude.”

Day use

Three Rivers State Park

7908 Three Rivers Park Road (two miles north of Sneads on State Road 271)
Sneads, FL 32460
GPS: 30.739, -84.9356
Elevation: 180 ft
Nightly Rate: $20

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