Seminole State Park sits in the southwest corner of Georgia on Lake Seminole. The park offers 14 cottages overlooking the lake. Several campsites and picnic shelters sit near the water, providing an excellent view of the native wildlife. Bald eagles, osprey, and the occasional alligators can be seen in the park as well as Georgia’s state reptile, the gopher tortoise. The 2.2-mile Gopher Tortoise Nature Trail takes hikers through the longleaf/wiregrass ecosystem typical of this region of Georgia. Swimming, fishing, boating, and geocaching are popular activities at Seminole. Canoe and kayak rentals, miniature golf, and bicycle rentals are all available for guests to enjoy. The Friends of Seminole State Park meet once per month to plan events and park improvement projects.