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F. D. Roosevelt State Park
Pine Mountain, Georgia

F. D. Roosevelt State Park and Lodge is Georgia's largest park. This 9,049 acre park is located in an area of the state that is located at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains. Several of the park's areas are associated with or named after FDR. Dowdell's Knob is his favorite picnic spot. There, a life-size statue overlooks the Pine Mountain Trail that runs through the park. Two lakes bear his name, Lake Franklin and Lake Delanor. The riding stables are also named for FDR. Many of the park's facilities were built by the Civilian Conservation Corp during the Great Depression. The park also features a birdwatching area, campsites and cottages.

George T. Bagby State Park
Fort Gaines, Georgia

George T. Bagby State Park and Lodge is a fishing resort on the banks of Lake Walter F. George in Fort Gaines, Georgia. The resort features fishing, boating as well as Meadow Links, an 18 hole golf course. Accommodatitons include a 60 room lodge and cottages. Other facilities include a conference center, restaurant, swimming beach and marina. Special events include the Bagby Bass Fishing Tournament, Junior Ranger Camp and Children's Fishing Rodeo.

Georgia Veterans Memorial Park
Cordele, Georgia

Southwest Georgia's Georgia Veterans Memorial Park is a US Veterans memorial park containing a museum featuring aircraft, armored vehicles, and memorabilia from the Revolutionary War to the Gulf War. The park also features an 18 hole championship golf course as well as campsites for RVs, tents and trailers. The park is a stop on the Sam Shortline excursion train. Telephone: 229-273-2190

Lake Blackshear Resort & Golf Club

Kolomoki Indian Mounds
Blakely, Georgia

Long before Europeans settled in Southwest Georgia, Native inhabitants built seven earthen mounds for ceremonies and rituals. Kolomoki Indian Mounds are preserved in Kolomoki Mounds State Historic Park. Recreational activities at the park include fishing, hiking, boating, camping, a playground and miniature golf. Telephone: 229:724-4517

Reed Bingham State Park
Adel, Georgia

Reed Bingham State Park offers excellent fishing, boating and waterskiing. Fish for bass, bream, catfish and crappie on the 375-acre Reed Bingham Lake. Rent canoes and kayaks. Enjoy a pontoon boat tour. Relax on the beach. Gather with friends and relatives at the pavilion on one of the picnic shelters.

Seminole State Park
Donalsonville, Georgia

Seminole State Park at Lake Seminole is home to Georgia's state reptile, the gopher tortoise, and is located near a Georgia 24,000 acre wildlife management area. The park features fishing, boating, wildlife viewing and exploring.