75± Acres
Under Contract
Seminole County, Georgia

Spring Creek Cove on Lake Seminole

ID: 55640
Status: Under Contract
Price: $750,000
Acres: 75±
Price Per Acre: $10,000
Type: Hunting Land, Recreational Land, Undeveloped Land, Lakefront
City, State: Donalsonville, Georgia
County: Seminole
ZIP Code: 39845


One of the Last Remaining Developable Waterfront Tracts on Lake Seminole

Situated along the serene north shore of Lake Seminole, south of Donalsonville, Georgia, lies the captivating Spring Creek Cove -- a private expanse spanning approximately 75 acres. Boasting over 3,000 feet of coveted Corp frontage, this property offers unparalleled lake access. The lake here has 0.6 miles of deep-water canal frontage culminating a tranquil 2.4-acre deep lagoon all connected to deep water.

Just south of Buddy Adams Parkway, Spring Creek Cove stands as one of the last large undeveloped residential tracts on Lake Seminole, presenting an extraordinary opportunity for development. Securing a permit opens avenues to enhance the lake frontage with docks and boat slips, mirroring successful endeavors by neighboring landowners who've paved the way for vibrant waterfront communities. The current landowner has already sold neighboring parcels to kick off development.

Notable for trophy deer and turkey populations. There is exceptional waterfowl hunting on Lake Seminole's renowned freshwater fishery, lauded as one of America's premier largemouth bass destinations. Lake Seminole is also annually stocked with striped bass and sunshine bass, a striped bass and white bass hybrid, by Florida, Georgia, and U.S Fish and Wildlife Service, enhancing its status as one of the best fishing lakes in the entire Southeast United States. With a sprawling 37,500 acres of water, Lake Seminole's bounty ranges from prized bass to bream, shell cracker, crappie, and catfish, drawing anglers far and wide. Regularly ranked as a top 10 fishing spot, Lake Seminole plays host to at least five bass fishing tournaments annually.

Surrounding State and Federal lands that ensure utmost privacy. Adjacent to Pine Hill Plantation, celebrated for its meticulously managed quail hunting, Spring Creek Cove benefits from shared wildlife habitats, enriching its allure.

The nearby boat launch is a mere five-minute drive away. As is waterfront dining at Big Jim's restaurant, accessible by both boat and car, while Spring Creek's crystal-clear waters beckon just a short boat ride away.

Spring Creek Cove epitomizes a rare gem -- a waterfront sanctuary teeming with development potential on the coveted shores of Lake Seminole, calling discerning investors and nature enthusiasts alike to seize this exceptional opportunity.

Additional Information


  • small game
  • turkey
  • waterfowl
  • whitetail deer


  • bird watching
  • fishing
  • hiking trails
  • hunting
  • watersports

water access

  • lake

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