Wow, what a great find! The Georgia State Parks website says it best:
This little-known gem on the Flint River is the perfect location for a daytime getaway. Visitors can cool off in the gently flowing river, skip rocks across the water, picnic on the river’s edge… A three-mile trail winds along the bank and up rocky bluffs, offering excellent views from high above the river.
This state park is probably my favorite so far. Even though it is 50 miles east of us, the drive is really scenic so it goes by quickly. The trail was well-maintained and a bit more challenging and the river was wonderful. Wonderful to look at and wonderful for Trey to play in. It was shallow, sandy, and the current wasn’t too strong. He just crawled around in the water digging up stone after stone and throwing it back into the water.