In or near the forks formed by the junction of the Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers, history abounds. In 1675 the Spanish Bishop of Cuba established a mission called Sabacola. More than 125 years later the United States erected Fort Scott which was situated only a few miles from the early Spanish mission site. Today these and other historic sites lie under the tranquil beauty of Lake Seminole in the Scenic Forks tour. As in the past, the adventuresome outdoorsman will find many exciting recreational opportunities in and along the shoreline of this man-made lake. In addition, history buffs will be captivated by the numerous historic attractions and unique architectural styles which may still be seen in this area.
The below attractions may be seen during a two-day driving tour with Bainbridge or Donalsonville, Georgia, serving as the lodging and restaurant base for the tour.