About The Park
Killebrew Park is named after Mr. Emmett Killebrew. Mr. Killebrew was the engineer who designed the Power Commission’s hydro dam and also the Georgia Power hydro dam in Albany, Georgia. The park includes shaded campsites with an additional picnic area for visitors. The park is located at the location of the old Burke’s Ferry that allowed river crossing from Worth County to Lee County.
The park has ten campsites with water provided. One of the ten campsites is handicap accessible. Bathroom facilities are available. A boat ramp is available for river access and a public fishing area is provided.
Rules and Regulations
Click here for a copy of the Killebrew Park Rules and Regulations. Adobe Reader is required.