Top 7 Things to do in Donalsonville, United States

January 1, 2018 Enriqueta Cusson

Donalsonville is a city in Seminole County, Georgia, United States. The population was 2,796 at the 2000 census. The city is the county seat of Seminole County.
Restaurants in Donalsonville

1. Seminole State Park

7870 State Park Dr, Donalsonville, GA 39845-4445 +1 229-861-3137
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4.5 based on 42 reviews

Seminole State Park

Reviewed By kurokitty - Atlanta, Georgia

Of the many things I liked about this park, I keep thinking about the nature trail, the Gopher Tortoise Trail that meandered through the forest and had spots with beautiful wildflowers.

My kids loved the playground that's right on Lake Seminole and they wore themselves out running around so much.

The staff were friendly and we liked the handmade turtle display right in front of the visitor's center.

It was great to be able to see this part of the state, so beautifully preserved with this state park!

2. Swamp Gravy

158 Main St, Cotton Hall, Colquitt, GA 39837 +1 229-758-5450
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4.5 based on 5 reviews

Swamp Gravy

Reviewed By jenned17 - Conyers, Georgia

We took in a Saturday afternoon matinee of Swamp Gravy in downtown Colquitt. The play takes place in an old cotton warehouse and has a nice gift shop/museum with some interesting tidbits about the town of Colquitt. The play consisted of about 60 townspeople who are very talented in telling the stories of this year's theme, "Home." The songs, choreography and vignettes are engaging--some lighthearted and funny, some that will make you cry. You experience a wide range of emotions sure to touch each audience member. The venue is great and the play is told "in the round" with audience members on three of the four sides of the theater. There were some sound issues which made it difficult to hear some of the lines in the play and the actors could have paused more between big laughs to make sure everyone heard what was next. All in all, not a bad seat in the house and a play that really reminds you of what the south is about--loving one another and finding home no matter the stage of your life. Tickets are $22, but $20 for groups of 20 or more. Nice restroom facilities and cheap concessions - popcorn and water for a $1 at intermission! Just a sweet, thoughtful, local production sure to tug at your heart strings. Go see it!

3. Neals Landing Park

7001 Fl-2, Bascom, FL 32423
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4 based on 1 reviews

Neals Landing Park

Reviewed By TwoEggTV - Florida Panhandle, Florida

This is a beautiful park along the Chattahoochee River in the very northernmost part of Florida. Alabama is just a few miles north and Georgia is directly across the river. The park is geared for outdoor types and offers fishing, boating, picnicking and a campground. There are restrooms on site and it is a great place for enjoying a sunny day and birding. Neals Landing also has a historic element. A kiosk near the boat ramp tells the story of Ekanachatte ("Red Ground"), a Creek Indian village of the 18th and 19th centuries. A fun place for an afternoon in the park!

4. Three Rivers State Park

7908 Three Rivers Road, Sneads, FL 32460 +1 850-482-9006
Excellent
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4.5 based on 54 reviews

Three Rivers State Park

Reviewed By Greg D - Jacksonville, Florida

Spent three nights with our travel trailer. Gorgeous setting along Lake Seminole. Our campsite opened on the lake near the fishing pier. Beautiful park in a remote setting. Campsites easy to back into---restroom and showers were very clean and well maintained. There are several hiking trails in and around the campgrounds. You can turn the trails into one long loop trail through the forest and along some pastures. Boating, kayaking, fishing are available. Watched fisherman catch their limit every day. Historic town of Marianna is nearby.

5. Lizard Landing Camp

586 Lizzard Lope Rd, Columbia, AL 36319-4126 +1 334-696-2047
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4.5 based on 22 reviews

Lizard Landing Camp

Reviewed By Brent M - Chipley, Florida

Owners Greg and Les are extraordinary hosts, treating guests as valued friends. They are quality people--and attract quality patrons. The entire camp is beautifully furnished, well maintained, and most comfortable. My experiences with other camps led me to believe "Out of Oder" signs on amenities, run-down negligence, and aloof or even rude staff were to be expected. What a totally refreshing change to find and thoroughly enjoy Lizard Landing without these prevalent annoyances. We have visited on "day pass" and rented cabins overnight. Glad to discover that we don't have to accept lousy accommodations and rude people.

6. Florida Caverns State Park

3345 Caverns Rd, Marianna, FL 32446-1892 +1 850-526-2650
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4.5 based on 815 reviews

Florida Caverns State Park

A cave complete with rock formations and bats.

Reviewed By P H - Mount Dora, Florida

We love Florida Parks, we only camped one night but hope to return. The cave was wonderful, “V” was great and she loves showing visitors the formations and explaining them. We were lucky to go off season and be the only ones on the tour. Some folks may worry about bats, they have a very undeserved reputation. There were 2 teeny ones tucked into the ceiling sleeping, very cool to see!

7. Blue Springs Recreational Park

5461 Blue Springs Rd, Marianna, FL 32446-6440 +1 850-718-0437
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4.5 based on 80 reviews

Blue Springs Recreational Park

Reviewed By Janice K

Very nice place for the family to spend the day, picnic, swim relax. It has lifeguards, a diving board, a slide, a playground for the kids and covered picnic areas.

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