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Welcome to George T. Bagby State Park and Lodge


The George T. Bagby Lodge is a secluded retreat along the shores of the Walter F. George Lake (Lake Eufaula) in southwestern Georgia. Visitors enjoy championship golf, full-service conference facilities, and a wealth of recreational opportunities. A full range of accommodations includes lodge rooms, cabins, and suites.


Fishermen have easy access to a full service marina, and a scenic 48,000 acre lake that is home to trophy catches. Enjoy championship golf at Meadow Links, noted by Golf Digest on its opening as America’s sixth best new affordable public course.


For families, there is a nature trail, a private swimming pool, beach, tennis courts, beach volleyball, canoe rentals, picnic shelter and more. The lodge is in the heart of the George T. Bagby State Park, covering hundreds of acres in Georgia’s relaxing rolling hills. Enjoy classic Southern cooking in the Pilot House Grille restaurant. For corporate functions, retreats and small group meetings, the well-equipped facilities at George T. Bagby are ideal.


Come spend some special time on the relaxing shores of Walter F. George Lake (Lake Eufaula) and experience the warm hospitality of the George T. Bagby State Park & Lodge.

Meadow Links:

Kalli Branam Sales & Catering Manager

330 Bagby Parkway
Fort Gaines, GA 39851
877.591.5575 toll free
229.768.3602 fax


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Golfing at the George T. Bagby Lodge

When Meadow Links first opened to play in 1998, Golf Digest ranked the course as “the nation’s sixth best new affordable public course.”


Today, players who appreciate a links style layout will be challenged at Meadow Links. The course has been creatively woven into the gently rolling contours of the countryside, and architect Willard Byrd has designed a golf experience that rewards players with unique challenges and memorable views.


The large greens offer subtle breaks. Lush green fairways are ribboned by long Bahia rough. Traps provide additional definition.


Two large pecan trees and an old pear tree crown the hill behind the 10th green, where golfers can enjoy one of the finest views in the South.