General Coffee State Park

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Location of General Coffee State Park

General Coffee State Park is a 1,511 acre (6.11 km²) Georgia state park located near Douglas. The park is named after politician, farmer, and military leader General John E. Coffee. The park is host to many rare and endangered species, especially in the cypress swamps through which the Seventeen-Mile River winds.

Attractions include a corn crib, tobacco barn, and cane mill. Visitors can stay overnight at the Burnham House, a renovated and elegantly redecorated 19th-century cabin.


  • 50 Tent/Trailer/RV Sites
  • Pioneer Campsites
  • 6 Cottages and Burnham House
  • Group Lodge
  • Winter Shelter
  • 7 Picnic Shelters
  • Heritage Farm
  • Outdoor Amphitheater

Annual events[edit]

  • Canoe Trip on the Satilla River (March)
  • Pioneer Skills Day (November)
  • Christmas on the Pond (December)

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Coordinates: 31°31′26″N 82°46′01″W / 31.524°N 82.767°W / 31.524; -82.767