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Mosaic Clubs and Resorts
5500 Laura Walker Rd.
Tel: (912) 285-6154


Reservations (800) 864-7275
Park (912) 287-4900
Pro Shop: (912) 285-6154 or (877) 591-5578

The Lakes features a natural beauty rare in golf courses today. Steve Burns' golf design was able to preserve much of that beauty by using native sand for the many traps and waste areas. Greens are undulating rather than tiered. Each fairway and landing area is defined with gentle, links-style mounds that accent the courses three large lakes. So natural is the course - and so close to the Okefenokee Swamp - that it's not uncommon to see an alligator roaming the waterways. What better incentive to keep the ball in the fairway?

Course Layout:
Holes: 18 Holes
Yards: 6595
Rating: 71.9
Slope: 122
Par: 72
Bunkers: 29

Link to Laura S. Walker State Park

Located near the northern edge of the mysterious Okefenokee Swamp, this park is home to many fascinating creatures and plants. Walking along the lake shore and nature trail, visitors may see alligators, carnivorous pitcher plants, the shy gopher tortoise, numerous oak varieties, saw palmettos, yellow shafted flickers, warblers, owls and great blue herons. The park’s lake offers opportunities for boating, skiing and fishing, while a swimming pool is available during summer. For boating, a 10-horsepower restriction is in effect EXCEPT between 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. EST and 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Daylight Savings Time. A championship 18-hole golf course, The Lakes, features a clubhouse, golf pro and junior/senior citizen discounts. This is one of the few state parks named after a woman, and its name is richly deserved. Laura Walker was a Georgia writer, teacher, civic leader and naturalist who was a great lover of trees and worked for their preservation.

626 Acres
120-Acre Lake (may close due to low water)
44 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites
9 Picnic Shelters
5 Group Shelters (seat 75–165)
Group Camp (sleeps 142)
2 Pioneer Campgrounds
The Lakes Golf Course (18-Holes)
Wildlife Observation Platform

Swimming Pool (fee)
Fishing – dock, ramp
Boating and Waterskiing -- some horsepower restrictions
Canoe Rentals Only
Hiking – nearly 3 miles of nature trails

Located 9 miles southeast of Waycross on GA Route 177. Take 1-75 to exit 62, follow US 82 east through Waycross. Or, I-95 to exit 29, follow US 82 west 47 miles.