About: With modern-day facilities amidst reminders of days gone by, Hamburg State Park offers a wonderful mix of history and outdoor recreation. Anglers can enjoy great lake fishing for largemouth bass, crappie and bream, as well as boat ramps and a fishing pier. Campers find shaded campsites along the edge of quiet Hamburg Lake fed by the Little Ogeechee River.
The restored 1921 water-powered grist mill is still operational and beckons visitors to buy a bag of corn meal at the country store. Visitors who are particularly interested in the mill should call ahead to ask when it will be operating. A museum displays old agricultural tools and implements used in rural Georgia. The third Saturday in September is always the park's Hamburg Festival with crafts, mill tours, games and more.
* 741 Acres
* 225-Acre Lake
* 30 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites
* 2 Picnic Shelters
* Group Shelter (seats 50)
* Pioneer Campground
* Grist Mill and Museum
* Country Store
* Hiking – 3.5 miles of trails
* Boat Rental – pedal boats, surf bikes, canoes, fishing boats, electric motors
Directions: Located 20 miles north of Sandersville via Hamburg State Park Road off Ga. Hwy. 102.
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