Reed Bingham

Reed Bingham State Park, located just a few miles off I-75 in South Georgia, is buzzing with outdoor recreation and abundant wildlife.

The park’s 375-acre lake is popular with boaters and anglers.

Guests can rent boats, canoes and kayaks to take out on the water. There are also guided pontoon boat tours. The beachside pavilion, picnic shelters and group shelters are scenic spots for parties, reunions and other celebrations.

Swimmers can enjoy the lake’s sand beach during warmer months. Hikers, cyclists and walkers can explore seven miles of trails. Visitors often spot animals moving about the park, including nesting bald eagles in the winter! Children will enjoy the playground and mini golf course. Overnight guests can stay at the park’s campground, which has room for tents, trailers and RVs.

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HOURS: Park hours are 7 a.m.- 10 p.m.

? ADMISSION: $5 Daily ParkPass. You can also all buy an annual pass for $50.

 ? PHONE: 229-896-3551

?  ADDRESS: 542 Reed Bingham Road, Adel, GA 31620

? Leashed pets allowed, but not on sand beach.

PARK AMENITIES:
? Boating
? Biking
⛺️ Camping
? Fishing
??‍♀️Hiking
?Geocaching
? Orienteering
??‍♀️Swimming
⛳️Miniature golf (Additional fee)
? Bike, boat, canoe & kayak rentals

ACCESSIBILITY NOTES: A wider-wheeled wheelchair is available to be reserved for use at the swimming beach. Access to the beach area appears to be limited due to concrete surrounding the area and steep grades. To the far left of the loose sand beach there is an opening to a fairly steep, grassy entrance to the beach area.

There is an accessible concrete ramp entrance to the beach’s pavilion with nearby accessible parking and bathrooms.

An ADA bathroom is located at Group Shelter 1, which has a short, cement ramp entrance accessed through grass from a nearby parking lot.

Paved campsites 22 (pull-through with electric and water) and 42 (back-in with full hook up: electric, water and sewage) are ADA accessible and located near ADA bathrooms.

The visitors center is accessible by concrete ramp.  Eagle island is a paddle-in campsite that is only accessible via kayak. – PLOT Contributor: Carden Wyckoff, Disability Advocate freewheelinwithcarden.com

Source: https://gastateparks.org/ReedBingham

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