Reed Bingham State Park lies eight miles west of the city of Adel in Cook County. Surrounding a 375-acre lake, the park is a popular tourist attraction in southern Georgia.
While hiking the adventurous trails, you can come across verdant swamps, carnivorous pitcher plant bogs, and sandhill habitats. With such a diverse ecosystem, it comes as no surprise then that even the wildlife is one of a kind! Travelers will get the opportunity to glimpse gopher tortoises, yellow bellied sliders, indigo snakes, and vultures!
When you need to take a rest from hiking, you can check out some of the park amenities. These include a beach pavilion, many picnic shelters, 46 campsites, and a paddle-in island campsite. Located just six miles from bustling I-75, the park is ideally located for travelers. You can also visit nearby attractions like Banks Lake National Wildlife Refuge. History buffs, never fear – the Jefferson Davis Memorial Historic Site is nearby as well!
On Saturday, July 30th, Reed Bingham will host a Twilight Pontoon Tour! For an hour in the evening, from 7:30 pm, you can relax and learn about the park’s history, and watch the sunset. Don’t don’t forget to register early!
Things to Do:
- Miniature golf
- Ranger programs and homeschool programs
- First time camper program
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