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P. 7           80 Live Oak Trail
                                                            877.591.5572                      McRae-Helena, GA 31037

               Explore Little Ocmulgee State Park & Lodge

               Little Ocmulgee State Park is a tranquil 1,360-acre Georgia State Park   oaks. Two of Georgia’s rarest
               two miles north of McRae-Helena on the Little Ocmulgee River.           species, the harmless Indigo
                                                                                       snake and the gopher tortoise
                     he park’s origins date   256-acre lake features a white   is a fine white sand, providing   may also be seen from the trail.
                     to the 1930s, when it   sandy beach, fishing docks and   lake users with a delightful   Other park features include
                T was first constructed   a boat ramp.         beach. The park also features   seven picnic shelters, a group
               by the Civilian Conservation      One of the distinctive   the 2.6-mile Oak Ridge Trail,   shelter, and an amphitheater.
               Corps, which created the lake   features of the park is the soil,   where hikers can admire a
               around the natural diversion of   which, like the Ocmulgee River   stand of turkey oaks as well as
               the Little Ocmulgee River. This   and the Little Ocmulgee River,   swamps laden with cypress and   Things To Do
                                                                                       at the Park & Lodge

                                                                                         •   Swimming in the
                                                                                           private pool
                                                                                         •   Lake swimming from a
                                                                                           white sandy beach
                                                                                         •   Championship golf
                                                                                           on the Wallace
                                                                                           Adams Course
                                                                                         •   Venture out on the
                                                                                           park’s 2.6-mile-long
                                                                                           hiking trail
                                                                                         •   Freshwater fishing
                                                                                           from the Lake dock
                                                                                         •   Miniature Golf
                                                                                           for all ages
                                                                                         •   Frolicking in the
                                                                                           Children’s Splash Pad

                                                                                          For tee times at the Wallace
                                                                                          Adams Course, call the Pro
                                                                                          Shop, 229-868-6651, or visit

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