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The shoreline is 376 miles and is known nationally as one of the best sites for sports fishing in America. 
Boat Ramps
There are numerous boat ramps throughout Lake Seminole, operated by various entities including WRD and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Click here for more information on WRD-operated ramps. Information on Corps of Engineers-operated ramps can be found using the contact information below.
Parks and Campgrounds
Lake SeminoleEastbank Campground is open year round. It is located near the Jim Woodruff Dam, has 75 campsites, including 69 sites with Water and Electric hookups (30 and 50 amp) including physically challenged sites. Call for campsites pricing info. Check out time is 3 PM.

Eastbank amenities include a dump station, coin laundry, bathhouse with showers, boat ramp with courtesy dock, group shelter, pay phone and attendants on duty. Recreational opportunities include picnic tables, nature trail, boat ramp, fishing, horseshoes and volleyball. Camping reservations can be made by calling 1-877-444-6777.

Directions: From Tallahassee: Take Exit 166 on Interstate 10, go north on CR 270A. Turn RIGHT on CR 269. Drive 4 miles to Highway 90 in Chattahoochee, FL. Take a left on highway 90 to Bolivar Street (First red light). Turn right, go 1 mile and turn left at East Bank Road. From Pensacola: Take Exit 158 on Interstate 10. Turn left. Drive 6 miles to Highway 90 and turn right. Cross over Victory Bridge, turn LEFT at 1st red light. Go 1 mile and turn left at East Bank Road.

For more information please contact Eastbank Campground at (229) 662-9273 or the Resource Management Office at (229) 662-2001
Hales Landing is open year round, and is located near Bainbridge, GA. It has 14 camping sites, including 1 handicapped campsite at a fee of $10 per night. Check out time is 3 PM. The park has one bathhouse with showers, drinking water, boat ramp with courtesy dock and picnic shelter. Park host on duty. Open all year. Recreational opportunities and amenities include Picnic table, boat ramp, fishing, and Historic Bainbridge 12 miles North.

Directions. U.S. Highway 84, take State Route 253 southwest for 3.8 miles, take Ten Mile Still Road for 2 miles, follow signs.
Faceville Landing is open year round. It has 7 primitive sites with no electric and water hook ups. The park amenities include a boat ramp with courtesy dock, picnic shelter, and pit toilet. Recreational opportunities include picnic tables, boat ramp, fishing. Camping is $6 a night.

Directions: From Bainbridge, GA take Highway 97 South approximately 10 miles, turn right at Faceville Landing Rd and follow the signs to the park.
River Junction is open year round. It has 16 sites, no electric or water hookups, at a fee of $10 per night. Check out time is 3 pm. Park amenities include a Group Camping site, 1 bathhouse with showers, drinking water, and a boat ramp with courtesy dock. Park hosts are on duty. Recreational Opportunities and amenities include Picnic tables, boat ramp, and fishing.

Directions: From Exit 166, Interstate 10, take highway 269 north to U.S. Highway 90 in Chattahoochee, FL. Turn left on highway 90 to Bolivar Street (Booster Club Road). Turn right and go 2 miles, Turn Left at River Junction Sign.
River Junction Landing - Amenities include group campsites, bathhouse with showers, drinking water, boat ramp with courtesy dock, host on duty, picnic tables and fishing.
Neals Landing - Camping, showers, drinking water, boat ramp, and picnic area and restrooms
Contact Info & Website Link
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at 229-662-2001 - U. S. Corps Lake Seminole Website
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