Sprewell Bluff State Park
Sprewell Bluff State Park is a 1,372 acre (5.55 km²) Georgia state park located between Roland and Crest. The park’s strategic location on the Flint River makes it a great place for swimming, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, and whitewater rafting. The park also features a three-mile walking trail that winds along the bank of the river and up rocky bluffs, offering exquisite views of the park below. The park, however, does not provide any camping facilities, the nearest of which are 25 miles away in F.D. Roosevelt State Park. This park was part of The Heritage Trust Commission established by Governor Jimmy Carter in 1972. This commission was responsible for meeting the needs for recreational areas for the growing population.
- Boat Ramp
- Picnic Area
- Hiking Trail
- Townsend, B. (2001). History of the georgia state parks and historic sites division. doi: http://gastateparks.org/content/georgia/parks/75th_Anniv/parks_history.pdf