Flood Photos from Chattahoochee, Marianna, Bellamy Bridge & Lake Seminole

Here are some photos of the January flood of 2017 from Lake Seminole, Marianna, Bellamy Bridge and Chattahoochee:

The Apalachicola River is running high as water pours through the Jim Woodruff Dam at Chattahoochee.
The Apalachicola River is running high as water pours through the Jim Woodruff Dam at Chattahoochee.
Flood waters nearly surround the Great Platform Mound, one of seven prehistoric Indian mounds at River Landing Park in Chattahoochee.
Flood waters nearly surround the Great Platform Mound, one of seven prehistoric Indian mounds at River Landing Park in Chattahoochee.
Stage area at River Landing Park in Chattahoochee is surrounded by water.
Stage area at River Landing Park in Chattahoochee is surrounded by water.
Anglers doing some "fast water" fishing off River Landing Park at Chattahoochee. The U.S. 90 bridge is in the background.
Anglers doing some “fast water” fishing off River Landing Park at Chattahoochee. The U.S. 90 bridge is in the background.
The Apalachicola River is over its banks at Chattahoochee and can clearly be seen in this photo taken from the eastern approaches of the U.S. 90 bridge.
The Apalachicola River is over its banks at Chattahoochee and can clearly be seen in this photo taken from the eastern approaches of the U.S. 90 bridge.
Bellamy Bridge Heritage Trail on the Chipola River north of Marianna is completely flooded. This point is 1/2 mile from the Chipola River.
Bellamy Bridge Heritage Trail on the Chipola River north of Marianna is completely flooded. This point is 1/2 mile from the Chipola River.
Chipola River at Bellamy Bridge.
Chipola River at Bellamy Bridge.
Water up to the trailhead sign at the Bellamy Bridge Heritage Trail on the Chipola River north of Marianna.
Water up to the trailhead sign at the Bellamy Bridge Heritage Trail on the Chipola River north of Marianna.
The Chipola out of its banks and flooding part of Citizens Lodge Park on Caverns Road in Marianna.
The Chipola out of its banks and flooding part of Citizens Lodge Park on Caverns Road in Marianna.
Chipola River at flood stage as seen from Yancy Bridge on Caverns Road in Marianna.
Chipola River at flood stage as seen from Yancy Bridge on Caverns Road in Marianna.
Water fills the Chipola River floodplain at Yancy Bridge on Caverns Road in Marianna.
Water fills the Chipola River floodplain at Yancy Bridge on Caverns Road in Marianna.
Flooded boat ramp and docks at Parramore Landing Park on Lake Seminole in Jackson County, Florida.
Flooded boat ramp and docks at Parramore Landing Park on Lake Seminole in Jackson County, Florida.
Picnic area flooding at Parramore Landing Park.
Picnic area flooding at Parramore Landing Park.
Picnic area flooding at Parramore Landing Park on Lake Seminole in Jackson County, Florida.
Picnic area flooding at Parramore Landing Park on Lake Seminole in Jackson County, Florida.
Water over the boat ramp and fishing dock at Buena Vista Landing on Lake Seminole in Jackson County, Florida.
Water over the boat ramp and fishing dock at Buena Vista Landing on Lake Seminole in Jackson County, Florida.
Water overflowing the boat ramp at Neal's Landing Park on the Chattahoochee River arm of Lake Seminole.
Water overflowing the boat ramp at Neal’s Landing Park on the Chattahoochee River arm of Lake Seminole. The Chattahoochee River is visible in the background.
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High water at Neal’s Landing Park.
View from the Chipola River Overlook on East Jackson Street in Marianna.
Chipola River at Marianna, Florida.
Chipola River at Marianna, Florida. The U.S. 90 bridge is in the background.
Chipola River at Marianna, Florida. The U.S. 90 bridge is in the background.
Chipola River at Marianna, taken earlier today.
Chipola River Overlook at Marianna, Florida.

One thought on “Flood Photos from Chattahoochee, Marianna, Bellamy Bridge & Lake Seminole”

  1. This is home for me. Been gone many years, but it still interests me when my family is still in the vicinity! Keep up the good work. Love the Cowpen Pond episode also. That’s where my family plots are. Thank you

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