Supported by a local Friends chapter and conveniently located off Highway 441 in south Georgia, this park features a wide variety of amenities. Golfers can test their skills on the 18-hole Wallace Adams Course with clubhouse, golf pro and junior/senior discounts. During summer, children will especially enjoy the splash pad where they can run through fountains and squirt their friends. The park’s 2.6-mile Oak Ridge Trail winds through sand hills, scrub oaks and pines, taking hikers to a short boardwalk. Little Ocmulgee’s campground is nestled among live oaks and Spanish moss, while rental cottages have beautiful lake views. A 60-room lodge offers hotel-style guest rooms, meeting facilities and a restaurant with golf-course view. Little Ocmulgee State Park is a beautiful and affordable location for meetings, reunions, weddings and other group gatherings.
Little Ocmulgee State Park and Lodge
Spanish Moss Festival
Crafts, food vendors, facepainting, mechanical bullriding, live music and more are coming to Little Ocmulgee State Park! Friends of Little Ocmulgee welcome you to their annual Spanish Moss Festival! This arts and crafts festival, with artisans and food vendors from all over Georgia and surrounding states, is a 2-day festival drawing families from all over the state. Wood working, metal works, and leather craft artisans will all be at the park.
When: September 17th and 18th
10am to 8pm on Saturday