“picnic on the river's edge”
Sprewell Bluff Park is one of Georgia's best kept secrets. This 1372 acre park is best known for it's breathtaking views, diverse ecology, campground, recreational amenities, and proximity to the Flint River. A three-mile trail winds along the bank and up rocky bluffs, offering excellent views from high above the river. Hikers can look for abundant wildflowers and butterflies. Birding enthusiasts might spot tanagers, warblers, osprey and eagles. A boat ramp is available for canoeists, kayakers, rafters and anglers, and canoes may be rented from nearby outfitters. Camping and cottages are available 25 miles west at F.D. Roosevelt State Park in Pine Mountain.
The prettiest little hidden gem. Love this park!
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Sprewell Bluff Park
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