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Bainbridge State Park
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15446 Sunrise Dr. N.E.
Bainbridge Island, Georgia   98110

Phone: 206-842-3931
Bainbridge State Park is a serene natural oasis featuring an array of outdoor activities. It offers fishing and boating on Lake Seminole, camping sites with RV hookups, picnic areas for family gatherings or quiet lunches in nature's lap. The park also has hiking trails that meander through lush forests teeming with wildlife making it perfect for bird watching and photography enthusiasts alike.

History of the Area
Located in Decatur County, Georgia, the park was established in 1979. It spans over 1,635 acres of land and water bodies.

The area is known for its diverse wildlife including deer and various bird species. The park offers recreational activities such as hiking trails, fishing spots and picnic areas.

In addition to natural beauty, it also houses historical sites like Jones Hooks Water Plantation built around 1840s-1850s.

However due to budget cuts by state government officials in July 2018 , this site ceased operations indefinitely.

Bainbridge State Park is located near Bainbridge

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Sweet Magnolia Inn - Saint Marks, FL
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Our historic inn is located in historic Saint Marks, one of the oldest settlements in North America. First settled in 1527, Saint Marks is a historic little city at the confluence of the Wakulla and St. Marks Rivers. Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge, it is located just 20 miles south of Tallahassee.
56.6 miles from park*
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Pets are allowed in Bainbridge State Park, Georgia.

They must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet at all times.

Owners should clean up after their pets immediately.

Pets cannot enter or stay inside buildings, including lodges and cottages.

Certain areas may restrict pet access due to wildlife concerns.

Aggressive dogs can be asked to leave the park by staff members for safety reasons.

Service animals are exempt from these rules with proper documentation.

Directions from Atlanta, Georgia to Bainbridge State Park:

- Start on I-75 South.
- Continue for approximately 140 miles.
- Take exit 62 towards Albany/Sylvester onto US82 W/US319 S/GA520W.

From Savannah, Georgia to Bainbridge State Park:

- Begin by getting on I16 West
- Drive about 155 miles and take the exit toward Dublin/Macon onto GA257S/I16W
- Merge with US129N/US441 N via ramp.

Driving directions from Columbus, Georgia:

- Get started heading eastbound on JR Allen Pkwy / U.S Hwy80 E.
- After roughly two miles merge into Interstate185 North using right lane at Exit10B junction.

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Georgia State Parks