Conveniently located near I-75 in middle Georgia, Indian Springs is one of the oldest state parks in the United States and a popular spot for outdoor recreation. For centuries, Creek Indians collected the spring water for its healing qualities, and during the 1800s, the area was a bustling resort town. Today, visitors can still sample the spring water flowing inside the stone Spring House built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on December 28, 2012
Boating - ramp, private boats allowed, 10 HP limit
Fishing Boat Rental
Lake Swimming and Creek Wading
Walking - 3/4-mile nature trail
Hiking and Biking - 3.25-mile multi-purpose trail, links to Dauset Trail.
Miniature Golf (fee)
Weddings (park approval required)
10 Cottages ($115-$125) -- #2 and #6 are dog friendly ($40 per dog, max 2)
60 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites ($25-$28)
105-Acre Lake and Swimming Beach (seasonal)
7 Picnic Shelters ($55)
Group Shelter (seats 130, $280)
Stone Pavilion ($300) (Call park for reservations.)
Group Camp and Dining Hall (sleeps 130, $255-$585)
Pioneer Campground ($45)
Museum (seasonal, limited hours)
Reservations (800) 864-7275
Park (770) 504-2277
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Reviews of Indian Springs State Park
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Very clean, nice little town to visit.
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Reviewed by ronwhited on March 24, 2014
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Old style campground with a fair amount to do. The campsites are good with defined tent beds. Visit the museum to learn about the Cherokees. Indian Springs was once a resort.
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