Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites

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Little Ocmulgee's natural environment is the perfect setting for successful meetings and conferences. After a day of business, it’s time to relax by hiking on our nature trails, swimming, playing tennis, volleyball, fishing or working on your golf game . . . all just outside each guest room door. (NOTICE: Unfortunately the lake is closed to motor boats and the beach is closed to swimming due to the high volume of aquatic vegetation at this time.)

Groups receive outstanding service with a dedicated conference coordinator’s assistance to meeting and event details. Our guests tell us without exception, the blend of modern meeting support resources and outstanding recreational opportunities create the perfect combination for small to medium-sized group functions.

Overnight accommodations include 60 guest rooms with Wireless Internet Service, including two junior suites perfect for entertaining, and ten fully equipped cottages. A choice between traditional hotel rooms or private cottages gives groups options that meet their specific needs.

The Wallace Adams Golf Course has breathtaking surroundings and impeccable conditioning. Loblolly pines, magnolias and willows line the broad Tif 419 Bermuda fairways. The newer front side is a bit tight and demands shotmaking skills, while the older back nine is more open and presents its challenge via doglegs and smaller more sloped Tif Dwarf Bermuda greens. The on-site lodge and restaurant make Little "O" a true golf destination.

Come experience why Little Ocmulgee State Park & Lodge is the perfect setting for your next meeting or group function. For group information, contact us today!

Little Ocmulgee State Park & Lodge
PO Box 149
McRae, GA 31055
229-868-7474
Fax: 229-868-3007


Note: Dogs are welcomed on the Park but must be on a 6-ft. leash. A maximum of 2 dogs are welcome in one of our two specific dog-friendly cottages. There is an additional one-time charge of $40.00 per dog. Due to health and sanitation reasons, pets are not allowed in or around the Lodge.

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