The Sprewell Bluff State Park is a state park and recreation area in Thomaston, Georgia. It offers 1372 acres of outdoor fun.
Despite being little known, the Sprewell Bluff State Park still manages to be a very great place for daytime getaway. With its location along the shores of the Flint River, visitors can easily enjoy various water related recreation like canoeing, kayaking, fishing, swimming, and even whitewater rafting. Hiking is also a popular thing, with the sites three-mile walking trail that leads up to some rocky bluffs that provide scenic views of the park.
The Sprewell Bluff State Park was created as a part of the Heritage Trust Commission that was organized in 1972 by Governor Jimmy Carter as a way of meeting the public?s needs for recreational areas.