Rays Lake Park is located on Lake Seminole in Southwest Georgia. The lake and surrounding area provide a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities for fishing, camping, boating, picnicking, hiking, biking and birding.
Rays Lake Park has restroom facilities within walking distance to the shelter. A boat ramp provides access to the lake. The park has a fishing pier with stair and ramp access. There are 5 picnic tables and a grill located at the shelter. Electricity hook ups are available. There is no potable water.
There is no potable water at this shelter.
Lake Seminole has a surface area of 37,500 acres with 376 miles of shoreline. A pine and hardwood forest covers the rolling hills around the lake.
A variety of wildlife makes its home around Seminole Lake, including raccoons, alligators, ring-necked ducks, canvasbacks, scaup, hawks, bald eagles, black vultures, tortoises and snakes.
Lake Seminole is known as one of the best sites for sports fishing in America. Extensive stump and grass beds provide abundant cover where anglers fish for largemouth, hybrid, striped and white bass. Sizable populations of catfish, crappie and bream are also present. Over 79 species of fish have been identified in the lake.
PO Box 96 Chattahoochee FL 32324
For campground inquiries, please call: 229-662-2001
From Donalsonville: Take Hwy 39 South approximately 7 miles. Veer left onto Hwy 374 and continue approximately 7 miles. The park is on the left, just after you cross the bridge.
From Bainbridge: Take Spring Creek Hwy (Hwy 253) west for approximately 18 miles. Turn right at the stop sign at Hwy 374 (Dollar General will be on your left). Continue less than a mile. Park will be on the right.