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  • Three Rivers State Park, FL


     Three Rivers SP is located at the southwest end of Lake Seminole near the town of Sneads, FL.  A favorite spot for fishing, the park offers a small 31-site campground.

    Knowing we would be here over a March weekend, we made a reservation several days before our arrival.  All the waterfront sites were booked, so we selected site 12, which offers a nice view of the lake.

    Date of visit: Mar 2009

    Sites 11 and 10.  The folks in the Winnebago View are full-timers.
    Site 9 is a very nice waterfront pull-through site. Sites have only a dirt surface - rather messy in the rain.  A little gravel would be a big improvement.
    Sites 1-7.
    Sites 25-27.  Sites 23, 24 and 25 are designated handicapped sites and are paved.
    Sites 31-28.
    Sites 19 and 23.
    Sites 11, 10, and 9 are probably the best three waterfront sites.
    Seen from the fishing pier are sites 8-10.
    The bathhouse is small, but modern and very clean, with hot showers.
    The dump station is located at the back of the bathhouse.  You'll need a longer than usual hose to reach the drain.
    There is one cabin available for rent.
    This corner of Lake Seminole is a great place to do a little paddling.  If you don't have your own, you can rent a canoe.
    There's a small boat launch right beside the campground.  At night, you can tie your boat up right in front of your waterfront site.
    I got up one morning just in time to catch the sunrise over the lake.
    This fellow was heading out early to his favorite fishing spot.
    A pileated woodpecker visited our campsite one morning.
    There is a pleasant 2-mile nature trail from the campground.  We remembered these lily-like flowers from  previous visits.
    Out for a row at sunset.

    Dump station available

    Verizon Broadband Access (1X) service

    Rates: $12

    Hookups: W/E(30/50)

    Coord: 30.73938 N, 84.93665 W

    Activities/Nearby Attractions

    Fishing, canoeing, boating

    Jim Woodruff Dam

    3 Rivers Campground