About: This historically significant park is the oldest and largest Woodland Indian site in the southeastern U.S., occupied by American Indians from 350 to 750 A.D. Georgia’s oldest great temple mound, standing 57 feet high, dominates two smaller burial mounds and several ceremonial mounds. The park’s museum is built around an excavated mound, providing an unusual setting for learning who these people were and how they lived. Inside, visitors will find numerous artifacts and a film. Outdoor activities include camping, fishing, picnicking and boating. Hikers can choose from two scenic trails. The Spruce Pine Trail offers views of lakes Yahola and Kolomoki, while the Trillium Trail meanders through hardwoods and pines.
Note: The group camp pool and public swimming pools are no longer open.
2 Lakes (50 acres and 80 acres)
24 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites
7 Picnic Shelters
2 Group Shelters (seat 50 and 120)
Group Camp (sleeps 135)
2 Pioneer Campgrounds
7 Indian Mounds, Museum and Gift Shop
Fishing – dock, boats for rent
Boating – ramp, 10 HP limit
Pedal Boat (seasonal) and Canoe Rental
Hiking – 5 miles of trails
Directions: Located 6 miles north of Blakely off U.S. Hwy. 27.
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