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Three Rivers State Park

7908 Three Rivers Road Sneads, Florida 32460 (850) 482-9006

Three Rivers State Park is located just north of Sneads, Florida on the banks of Lake Seminole. The park gets its name because three rivers converge to in the park, the Chattahoochee, Flint River, and Spring Creek. The park offers many amenities and activities including camping, fishing, site seeing, canoe rentals and more.

If camping is you thing Three Rivers offers primitive camp sites, RV spaces, and one lake front cabin. Most camp sites have BBQ grills and fire pits. Also, there is a bath house on site.

If you have a boat there is a dock you can tie off to, if not there is a pier and plenty of bank you can fish from. Also, there is a fish cleaning station available to all you anglers.

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Florida Caverns State Park

Florida Caverns State Park 3345 Caverns Road Marianna, Florida 32446 (850) 482-9598 floridastateparks.org

Caverns State Park

The Caverns State Park is the finest park in the area and offers many activities including camping, swimming, canoeing, hiking, biking, showers/restrooms, and much more. The park was created in the 30s during the Great depression. It is the only dry cave tour in the state. The tour takes about 40 minutes and the natural formations in the cave are spectacular.

The park includes a museum and gift shop with many interesting exhibits that give information about the caves and animal and plant life in the park. Another interesting site is where the Chipola River is swallowed up by a sink hole and the reemerges about 200 yards downstream.  The park also features a swimming area created by a large natural spring called "Blue Hole". For visitors to the area it is a must see.

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