Three Rivers State Park RV & Campground Guide


You'll love watching the sunset over Lake Seminole after a day of hiking, biking, and fishing at Three Rivers State Park. Named for the three rivers that flow in and out of the lake – the Chattahoochee, the Flint, and the Apalachicola – this is one of the most beautiful boating areas in the region. It also features a grassy picnic space and playground for the kids. Located in the far northern reaches of Florida, near Chattahoochee, Sneads, and the Georgia border, it’s also one of the most temperate spots in the state. In the winter, you might even find yourself cuddling up around a campfire after dark.

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Spring 50-85 F
Summer 72-92 F
Fall 50-90 F
Winter 40-65 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Three Rivers State Park

Whether you’re visiting Three Rivers State Park during the intense heat of summer or the cool winters, your RV will be a comfortable escape. If you don’t have an RV of your own, an RV rental is a great alternative. Pick one that’s the perfect fit for your space needs. You can also search for pet-friendly RVs or models that can be delivered right to your campsite.

Three Rivers State Park Campground

You’ll be able to see Georgia from your campsite at Three Rivers State Park Campground. This beautiful area has 30 sites, many with ample shade. Each spot can hold RVs up to 50 feet long, so feel free to bring your big rig. You’ll be able to hook up to electricity and water during your stay. Use the restrooms in the park if you need a bit more space, and take advantage of the dump station before you hit the road. Campsites here are just $16 per night, plus a fee of $6.70 for the reservation.

Chattahoochee RV Campground & Fishing Resort

Camp with views of the Apalachicola River at the Chattahoochee RV Campground & Fishing Resort, which sits just eight miles from Three Rivers State Park. Sites offer full hookups, but keep in mind that electricity is limited to 30-amp service. A short stroll from your campsite you’ll find a clubhouse, a fishing pond, and a fishing pier. Stay comfortable during your vacation by cleaning up in the laundry room; the campground also offers a dump station. This is a great spot if you’re looking for a relaxing visit – it has quiet hours every evening. Feel free to bring your pet as long as it stays on a leash at all times. Rates start at $15 per night and $90 per week, plus tax.

Ya Ya’s Lake Seminole RV Park

Ya Ya’s Lake Seminole RV Park is just a 15-minute drive from Three Rivers in Georgia. With its wooded sites, this campground offers a peaceful vibe and ample privacy. Connect your RV to the full hookups and enjoy the convenience of the hot showers after a long day on the water. Your site comes with picnic tables and Wi-Fi access, but be sure to ask about pull-through sites if you’re coming in a big rig. The Apalachicola River and Lake Seminole are close by for easy fishing and boating. Rates start at $35 per night, and you can get discounts if you stay for a week or a month.

CCC's Campground and RV Park

Are you hoping to find a campsite close to Interstate 10? CCC's Campground and RV Park is a great option. It sits 17 miles south of Three Rivers State Park, so all your recreation activities will be just a short drive away. This beautiful spot is designed for family camping, thanks to the lovely swimming pool and a small playground. Many sites are surrounded by tall old-growth trees for ample shade, and each one comes with a picnic table. All of the RV sites offer pull-through parking, so you can get in and set up camp in minutes. Choose from either 30-amp or 50-amp electric service and relax completely thanks to the full hookups. RV sites start at $40 per night or $175 per week for two people.

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What to Do at
Three Rivers State Park

Inside Three Rivers State Park

It’s all about the lake at Three Rivers State Park – anglers come from miles around for the excellent fishing. Cast off from the pier or head out into the water to fish from a boat. There’s a boat launch in the park that’s best for small boats. For the most enjoyable experience, rent a canoe in the park and enjoy a relaxing day on the water. If you’d prefer to stay dry, grab a bird-watching checklist from the park office and keep track of your finds as you hike the five-mile trail network. Or, bring your bike and explore the seven miles of roads and bike-friendly trails.

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How to Get to
Three Rivers State Park

Three Rivers State Park is located in an isolated part of northwestern Florida that's just north of Sneads. To get there from Interstate 10, take FL-286 to Highway 90 and turn north on River Road; it passes right by the park entrance.

Entering Three Rivers State Park

Three Rivers State Park is open daily at 8 a.m. until sunset.

Three Rivers State Park Per vehicle (up to eight people) : $3.0

Three Rivers State Park Extra passenger, pedestrian, cyclist : $2.0

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