Lake Seminole In Florida
Boating, camping and fishing.
An excellent lake in a beautiful setting, Lake Seminole aka Jim Woodruff Reservoir has everything you need for a pleasant day at the lake. Over a dozen boat launch ramps, plus a few primitive launch areas, serve boaters launching canoes, kayaks, pontoon boats, sailboats, pleasure boats and a wide variety of fishing boats including bass boats. A couple marinas, several campgrounds-RV parks, shopping, dining, lodging and other amenities are available at or nearby the lake. These fertile waters covers 37,000 surface acres and provide an ideal location for water sports, boating and fishing. This reservoir is located in the northwest corner of the state on the Florida-Georgia border at Chattahoochee, FL. 376 miles of shoreline good fishing is available when fishing from a boat, or some of it from the bank. Fish species residing in the reservoir include striped bass, hybrid stripers, catfish, crappie, sunfish, chain pickerel and largemouth bass. Thick aquatic vegetation is a major factor in making the lake so fertile and provides shelter to baitfish and fish alike. Swimming here is discouraged as these waters are inhabited by alligators, and caution is recommended anywhere near the lake water.
Boat Rental: NO
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: YES
Three Rivers State Park Campground - 850 482-9006
Seminole Lodge & Marina Campground - 850 593-6886
Chattahoochee RV Campground & Fishing Resort - 850 663-4475
Visit the Georgia Lake Seminole page for additional resources.
Lake Seminole Map
Fish species found in Seminole Reservoir include largemouth bass, shoal bass, channel catfish, flathead catfish, black crappie, white crappie, bluegill, redear sunfish, striped bass, hybrid striped bass and chain pickerel.
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Local Contact Information
Three Rivers State Park
7908 Three Rivers Park Rd
Sneads, FL 32460