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Fun activities include: camping, hiking, picnics, bicycling, fishing, swimming, skiing, boat rentals, playgrounds, horseback riding, pet friendly cottages and scenic golf courses. Call 1-800-864-7275 for camping reservations. Click on light blue state parks names for info.
A. H Stephens State Park - This park features a Confederate museum with one of the finest collections of Civil War artifacts in Georgia, including uniforms and documents. Stephens’ home, Liberty Hall, is renovated to its 1875 style, fully furnished and open for tours. The lakeside group camp is a popular location for large overnight gatherings.
Amicalola Falls State Park - This 829-acre park is in the northeast Georgia Mountain area. It has the tallest state park waterfall. There are several hiking trails, including an entrance to the Appalachian Trail. It is loaded with fun park amenities. Video included Video included in Amicalola Falls State Park page. Video included
Black Rock Mountain State Park - This 1743-acre park is named for its sheer cliffs of dark-colored biotite gneiss. At an altitude of 3,640 feet, this is the highest state park in GA.
Bobby Brown State Outdoor Recreation Area - This pretty 665-acre park offers watersports enthusiasts a quiet oasis on 70,000-acre Clarks Hill Lake.
Amicalola Falls at Amicalola State Park
Chattahoochee Bend State Park - Located in a graceful bend of the Chattahoochee River, the park is a haven for paddlers, campers and anglers. At 2,910 acres, it is one of Georgia’s largest state parks, protecting 5 miles of river frontage. A boat ramp provides access to water. Enjoy over 6 miles of wooded trails for hiking and nature photography. An observation platform provides nice views of the river and forest.
Cloudland Canyon State Park - Located on the western edge of Lookout Mountain, this is one of the most scenic parks in the state, offering rugged geology, beautiful vistas and enchanting waterfalls.
Crooked River State Park - Located on this Georgia Coast, this 500-acre park offers cozy facilities in a beautiful setting. Campsites are surrounded by Spanish moss-draped oaks, while cottages are set near the river.
Don Carter State Park This is Georgia's newest state park. Just a few miles north of Gainesville, Georgia, it just opened on July 15th, 2013. Located on the scenic shores of Lake Sydney Lanier, this 1,316-acre park has a wide lake swimming area. Enjoy fishing, boating, lake swimming, hiking, biking, picnicking and so much more! Video included Video included in Don Carter's State Park page. Video included
Elijah Clark State Park- It is located on the western shore of 70,000-acre Clarks Hill Lake. This 447-acre park is named for a frontiersman and Georgia war hero who led pioneers during the Revolutionary War.
Providence Canyon State Park
F. D. Roosevel State Park - Located near Callaway Gardens and the town of Warm Springs, this 9049-acre park is deeply rooted in the historical era of 4-time President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Florence Marina State Park - Situated at the northern end of 45,000-acre Lake Walter F. George, this 173-acre quiet park offers the perfect setting for those who love water sports.
Ft. McAllister Historic Park - On the bank of the Great Ogeechee River south of Savannah Georgia, this 1725-acre park is the home of the best preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy.
Visit Fort Mountain State Park. Fort Mountain (elevation 2840') is part of the Cohutta Mountain Range. 'Cohutta' is an English translation of a Cherokee word. It means 'a shad roof supported on poles,' and describes how the mountain seem to support the sky from a distance. See info, pictures and a video that features the Fort Mountain Stone Wall, Fire Tower, Mystery at Fort Mountain, Family and group picnic areas, Lake swimming area, Paddle Boats, Minature Golf and more. Video included Check out Fort Mountain State Park info, pictures and video here. Video included
Ft. Yargo & Will-A-Way Recreation Area - This popular 1814-acre park features a 1792 log fort built by settlers for protection against Creek and Cherokee Indians. Today, visitors come to Fort Yargo for its wide variety of outdoor recreation and scenery.
General Coffee State Park - This 1511-acrea park is known for agricultural history shown at Heritage Farm, with log cabins, a corn crib, tobacco barn, cane mill and other exhibits.
George L. Smith State Park - With natural beauty, lakeside camping and cozy cottages, this secluded park is a wonderful south Georgia retreat.
George T. Bagby State Park - Located on the shores of Lake Walter F. George in southwest Georgia. This 700-acre resort park has a 60-room lodge, conference center, restaurant, cottages and award-winning 18-hole Meadow Links Golf Course.
Georgia Veterans State Park - Established as a memorial to U.S. veterans, this 1308-acre park features a museum with aircraft, armored vehicles, uniforms, weapons, medals and other items from the Revolutionary War through the Gulf War.
Gordonia Alatamaha State Park - This 462-acre SE GA park is a favorite for picnicking, family reunions and golf.
Hamburg State Outdoor Recreation Area - With modern-day facilities amidst reminders of days gone by, this 741-acre park offers a wonderful mix of history and outdoor recreation.
Hard Labor Creek State Park - This 5804-acre park offers a wide range of recreational opportunities in a beautiful wooded setting. It also has an on observatory.
Hart State Outdoor Recreation Area - Boating, water skiing and fishing at Lake Hartwell are prime reasons to visit this site in northeast Georgia.
High Falls State Park - In the early 1800s, this site was a prosperous industrial town with several stores, a grist mill, cotton gin, blacksmith shop, shoe factory and hotel.
Indian Springs State Park - This 528-acre park is thought to be the oldest state park in the nation. It was acquired by the state in 1825 and became an official 'State Forest Park' in 1927.
James H. 'Sloppy' Floyd State Park - Surrounded by rural countryside and the Chattahoochee National Forest, this 562-acre quiet park in northwest Georgia offers outstanding fishing on 2 stocked lakes.
Kolomoki Mounds Historic State Park - This unusual 1294-acre park is an important archaeological site as well as a scenic recreational area.
Laura S. Walker State Park - Located near the northern edge of the mysterious Okefenokee Swamp, this 626-acre park is home to many fascinating creatures and plants.
Little Ocmulgee State Park - This 1360-acre park features a wide variety of amenities. Golfers can test their skills on the 18-hole Wallace Adams Course with clubhouse, golf pro and junior/senior discounts.
Magnolia Springs State Park - This 1070-acre park is known for its crystal-clear springs flowing 7 to 9 million gallons of water per day and the beautiful boardwalk which spans the cool water.
Mistletoe State Park - Located on 72,000-acre Clarks Hill Lake near Augusta, this 1920-acre park is one of the nation's finest bass fishing spots. You can cool down at the beach or on miles of shaded nature trails. A wildlife observation area is available.
Moccasin Creek State Park - This 32-acre park is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains on the shores of the 2,800-acre Lake Burton.
Panola Mountain Conservation State Park - This unusual 1319-acre park was created to protect the 100-acre granite monadnock (mountain) often compared to Stone Mountain and Arabia Mountain.
Providence Canyon Outdoor Recreation Area - The breathtaking colors of Georgia’s 'Little Grand Canyon' Colorful wildflowers, the pink, orange, red and purple hues of the soft canyon soil make a beautiful natural painting at this unique 1003-acre park.
Red Top Mountain State Park - This popular 1776-acre park on 12,000-acre Lake Allatoona. It is ideal for swimming, boating and fishing. Visitors can bring their boats or rent. 12 miles of hiking trails provide fun exercise. Explore a 1860s log cabin.
Reed Bingham State Park - This 1613-acre Georgia park has an abundance of wildlife, particularly gopher tortoises and buzzards.
Richard B. Russell State Park - Located on a 26,500-acre lake, this 2508-acre park offers some of the state’s finest fishing and boating. The park’s campground and fully equipped cottages are located on or near the water’s edge for a relaxing getaway.
Sapelo Island Reserve and Reynolds Mansion - Step off the ferry onto Sapelo Island. Step back in time to the Reynolds Mansion. See squadrons of brown pelicans fly into an endless horizon. The sand dunes hold stories of pirate treasure long buried.
Seminole State Park - This 604-acre park is on beautiful Lake Seminole, a 37,500-acre reservoir with excellent boating, fishing and birding. Cottages, ampsites and picnic shelters sit near water’s edge, offering excellent views and access to the lake.
Skidaway Island State Park - This 588-acre barrier island has both salt and fresh water due to estuaries and marshes that flow through the area.
Smithgall Woods State Park - Georgia's premier trout stream, Dukes Creek, runs through this scenic 5664-acre mountain property. It is a favorite for catch-and-release fishing.
Stephen C. Forster State Park - Named after songwriter Stephen Foster, this 80-acre park is a primary entrance to the famed Okefenokee Swamp and is one of the most intriguing areas in GA.
Sweetwater Creek State Park - This 2549-acre state park is a peaceful tract of wilderness only minutes from Atlanta Georgia. A popular trail follows a free-flowing stream to the ruins of the New Manchester Manufacturing Co., a textile mill burned during the Civil War.
Tallulah Gorge State Park - Tallulah Gorge is 2 miles long and nearly 1,000 feet deep. You can hike rim trails to several overlooks, or you can obtain a free permit to hike down to the gorge floor. Video included Video included on Tallulah Gorge State Park page Video included
Tugaloo State Park - Situated on a wooded peninsula, this 383-acre park offers spectacular views of 55,590-acre Lake Hartwell in every direction. short walk from the parking area. Fishing is excellent year-round, and large-mouth bass are plentiful.
Unicoi State Park - Nestled in north GA mountains, this is a very popular 1050-acre state park. All year, this park offers outstanding programs which focus on natural, cultural, historical and recreational resources. Video included See a Video and more pictures of Unicoi State Park Video included
Victoria Bryant State Park - A beautiful stream flows through the park, providing the perfect setting for a stroll. Hikers can follow the short nature trail or the longer perimeter trail that winds through the hardwoods and crosses creeks.
Vogel State Park - National Forest. Driving from the south, visitors pass through Neel Gap, a beautiful mountain pass near Brasstown Bald, the highest point in Georgia.
Watson Mill Bridge State Park - Known as one of the most picturesque state parks in GA, this 1018-acre park contains the state's longest covered bridge, spanning 229 feet across the South Fork River.

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