Wheeler County, Georgia, its county seat of Alamo, and the town of Glenwood are home to Little Ocmulgee State Park & Lodge and its Wallace Adams Golf Course, Alligator Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA), Gator Creek Sporting Clays, and the Oconee and Ocmulgee rivers.
Guests at Little Ocmulgee State Park & Lodge enjoy sun-soaked days swimming in the private pool, swimming, boating or fishing in the 265-acre Little Ocmulgee Lake, hiking along the park’s 2.6-mile trail, playing mini golf, gathering within a picnic shelter, and letting the kids have a ball at the children’s splash pad.
There are complete camping facilities for tent or RV camping surrounded by sand hills and peaceful pine trees. The Lodge features comfortable, modern accommodations and fully equipped lakeside cabins provide a restful and rejuvenating experience.
Golfers are challenged by the Little Ocmulgee’s acclaimed Wallace Adams Golf Course, recognized as one of the best public courses in South Georgia, and indeed the South. The top-flight venue features the well-maintained Bermuda fairways and TifEagle Bermuda greens that you’d expect from a golf resort. Golfers on the course not only bask in the pristine natural setting of Little Ocmulgee State Park, they also appreciate the straightforward design of Wallace Adams. Free from distractions, players can take on a fair course with no hidden water hazards or secret sand traps. The front nine is tight, requiring players to bring their shot-making skills. The less restrictive back nine – originally designed by O.C. Jones of the renowned Robert Trent Jones family – tests players with smaller, sloped greens and doglegs on the fairways.