From the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains to the vast Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia’s State Parks & Historic Sites have getaways for every type of traveler. Along the way, you can explore waterfalls and lakes, salt marshes and streams, canyons and caves. Plus, with a wide range of lodging, quick getaways and longer vacations can be found no matter the season.
Plenty of adventure awaits in the Peach State. Kayaking, hiking, biking, fishing, boating, geocaching and archery are a few ways to enjoy the great outdoors. Georgia’s State Parks also boasts eight golf courses that offer challenging play at affordable rates.
If you’re not vacationing with the wildlife, you’re hanging with the wrong crowd. Nature centers let you get up close and personal with interesting creatures. Ranger-led events include everything from moonlit hikes to kayak trips, looking for hawks, owls, bats, deer, raccoons and even alligators.
Mixing entertainment with education, Georgia’s State Historic Sites offer everything from presidential homes to picturesque plantations. Walk in the footsteps of Revolutionary War soldiers. Climb to the top of an ancient Indian mounds. Check out President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s hand-controlled roadster. You can even see coins from our nation’s first gold rush.
When the sun goes down, your adventure continues. Georgia’s State Parks have accommodations for all budgets and tastes. Choose from fully equipped cabins with rocking-chair porches, furnished “glamping” yurts, hotel-style lodges and modern campgrounds with hot showers. Newbie campers can even try our First Time Camper’s Program with loaner tents and expert advice.
For more information on Georgia’s State Parks & Historic Sites, visit GaStateParks.org or call 800-864-7275. Follow us on Facebook or sign up for e-newsletters to keep up with the latest discounts and news. We even have gift cards that will make your favorite outdoor enthusiast smile when planning their next getaway.