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Lake Seminole


Lake Seminole is in the very southwestern corner of Georgia, along the borders with Florida and Alabama. It is formed by the Jim Woodruff Dam over the Apalachicola River in Florida. It covers 37,500 acres and has 376 miles of shoreline. Most of the Georgia portion of the lake is located in Seminole County. Both the Chattahoochee River and Flint River empty into Lake Seminole.

Links:

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Site
Corps Lakes Gateway Site (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
Lake Seminole (Brown’s Guide to Georgia)
Lake Seminole (Donalsonville Chamber of Commerce)
Lake Seminole Map (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
Seminole State Park (Georgia Department of Natural Resources)
Lake Seminole Wildlife Management Area (Trails.com)
Bass Fishing on Lake Seminole (bainbridgega.com)
Lake Seminole Hydrologic Analysis (USGS)
Lake Seminole Photo (Flickr)

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Lake Seminole - Drought Condition
Source: Jim Kundell