Reed Bingham State Park is a 1,613 acre (6.53 km²) Georgia state park in Colquitt County and Cook County located 5 miles east of Ellenton. The park surrounds a 375 acre (1.52 km²) lake that is a tourist attraction in southern Georgia. Inside the park, visitors can hike the 3.5 mile (5.6 km) long Coastal Plains Nature Trail, which goes through a baldcypress swamp, a pitcher plant bog, and sandhill area. The park also contains many animals, including the threatened gopher tortoise and the indigo snake. In addition, the park offers camping and fishing with special ponds for kids that are only open on specific dates.Make Reed Bingham State Park a centerpiece of your Adel vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Adel journey planner.
Reed Bingham State Park reviews
This state park offers a nice place to spend time outside. plenty of spaces to bbq, ride bicycles, camp, fish, rent kayaks/canoes, or take a walk. 2 very nice playgrounds for children with shade...
This state park offers a nice place to spend time outside. plenty of spaces to bbq, ride bicycles, camp, fish, rent kayaks/canoes, or take a walk. 2 very nice playgrounds for children with shade... more »
Beautiful Park near Adel, Georgia. Bring bug spray! Our pull-thru full hook up site, number 28, was large; level; gravel; well spaced from other campers; partially shaded; gravel patio; grass area..... more
Beautiful Park near Adel, Georgia. Bring bug spray! Our pull-thru full hook up site, number 28, was large; level; gravel; well spaced from other campers; partially shaded; gravel patio; grass area..... more »
This state park is incredibly beautiful. The nature trails and board walks take you along the Little River. Wildlife includes Bald eagles and the turkey vulture. At certain times of the year, huge flocks descend on the park. They are remarkable birds. The gopher tortoise program helps this keystone animal live and breed in safety. There is a beautiful campground, a lake for fishing and boating and the river with its resident alligators. Truly a wonderful place.
Very great experience. I would have gave five stars but the only thing I was disappointed about is our site was site number 13 and we did not have an RV we were tent campers and there was not a single spot of shade on the entire site no trees. So that was a little bit disappointing. But other than that all the employees was great the park ranger everybody was polite the beach was fun tons of sightseeing turtles and birds weather was great the bathrooms and showers were an excellent condition very clean laundry on site so that was amazing. We definitely will be coming back here we will just reserve a different lot besides lot 13
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