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NOTICE: For the weekend of July 4th, campsites are divided between waterfront and non-waterfront reservations. Call the Park Office with questions. Expect travel delays before and after the fireworks on the 4th at 9:30 p.m.

NOTICE: July 4th will be considered a Special Event and all vehicles entering will be required to have a ParkPass.

LakeBlackshearResort.com
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Established as a memorial to U.S. veterans, this park features a museum with aircraft (including a Boeing B-29A), armored vehicles, uniforms, weapons, medals and other items from the Revolutionary War through the Gulf War.  An 18-hole golf course and pro shop, along with 8,700-acre Lake Blackshear and proximity to I-75, make this one of Georgia’s most popular state parks.
 
A sandy swimming beach is the perfect place to cool off during Georgia summers. The Lake Blackshear Resort and Golf Club is a professionally operated conference center with 78 lodge rooms, 10 cottages and 2 restaurants. The SAM Shortline Excursion Train runs through the park on its way from Cordele to Plains, allowing riders to see an antique telephone museum, Habitat for Humanity’s Global Village, President Jimmy Carter’s boyhood farm and other attractions along the journey.

Make reservations for lunch and dinner cruises on Lake Blackshear.

HIDDEN GEM: B-29 Superfortress Plane
The Boeing B-29A Superfortress was flown primarily by the United States during World War II and the Korean War. It was one of the largest aircraft operational during World War II and very advanced for its time.

Upcoming Events
Fireworks on the Flint
Monday, Jul 4, 2016 9 PM to 9:30 PM

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