After about a week at Suwanee River SP, we headed westward and slightly north toward the Florida/Georgia border where we got a spot at Three Rivers State Park. This one is on the shores of the man-made Lake Seminole, which is an attractive body of water full of fish, waterfowl, and big alligators. It has so many alligators that they don't allow swimming. Again, the camping experience was flawless and our hats are off to the park and its employees.
After a few days there we packed up and headed toward Middle George where we got a spot at Indian Springs State Park. I had spent many a day there as a kid when my parents would take me, and staying there brought back some good memories. Again, this park is well maintained and quite beautiful and has extremely nice amenities with some interesting historical aspects.
Two days there and we finally had to load up and zip on back to Charlotte, NC and home.
All three state parks and their campgrounds come highly recommended. Suwannee River State Park. Three Rivers State Park. And Indian Springs State Park.
|Nicely landscaped campground. The bathhouse is located at the front of the campground and includes sinks, flush toilets, hot showers, and laundry.|
|Breakfast with our sometimes camping friends, Bobby and Sharon Childers.|
|Our campsite at Three Rivers State Park. Very level campsite. Water and electric hookups. No sewer hookup, but a nice dump station that was really easy to use.|
|The dam that forms Lake Seminole on which Three Rivers State Park is located.|
|Bull gator not far from our campsite at Three Rivers. This is one reason you can't go swimming in Lake Seminole.|
|The rocky shoals at the entrance to Indian Springs State Park.|
Indian Springs State Park and the nearby High Falls State Park.