Crooked River State Park
|Crooked River State Park|
|Location||Near St. Marys, Georgia|
|Operated by||Georgia Department of Natural Resources|
Crooked River State Park is a 500-acre (2.0 km2) Georgia state park located near St. Mary's on the south bank of the Crooked River, providing an excellent coastal setting. The park is dedicated to the preservation of its natural resources and public education. The park is near the ruins of the McIntosh Sugarworks, built around 1825 and used as a starch factory during the American Civil War. It is the closest state park to Cumberland Island National Seashore and it is adjacent to the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay.
- 52 tent/trailer/RV campsites
- 11 Cottages
- 4 Picnic Shelters
- 2 Group Shelters
- 1 Pioneer Campground
- Public access boat ramp
- "Crooked River State Park". State Parks & Historic Sites. 27 October 2016. Retrieved September 25, 2017.