Give Back at Don Carter State Park on National Public Lands Day
Come out and volunteer at Don Carter State Park on Lake Lanier this National Public Lands Day, Saturday, September 24th. National Public Lands Day is the largest, single-day volunteer initiative for public lands in the US. It’s the day designated to giving back to the lands that give us so much.
This year, the Friends of Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites invites volunteers to help with a variety of projects around the state, and they have designated Don Carter State Park a project site.
Free Entry for Volunteers at Don Carter State Park Saturday, September 24th
The public lands that surround our beautiful Lake Lanier give us so much, recreation, relaxation, and education to name a few. Now it’s our turn to get outdoors and give back to the lands that give us this great lifestyle.
Volunteer to celebrate National Public Lands Day at Don Carter State Park. All volunteers taking part will gain free parking for the day. Come for the morning, volunteer, and when done, enjoy the afternoon in the serene setting of the park and Lake Lanier.
Take Part and Help Sweep Lake Lanier’s Shores Clean
On September 24th between 8am and 1pm at Don Carter State Park, you can take part in National Public Lands Day and the Lake Lanier Association’s Annual Shore Sweep.
Meet at Don Carter’s front office, grab your trash bags and go sweep that shore clean. For more information, call 678-450-7726.
Click here to see a full list of trash collection sites participating in this year’s annual shore sweep.
Invite a friend, bring the family, just get outdoors and do your part in giving back to the lands that offer us so much. Hope to see you at Don Carter State Park on September 24th!
Resources and Links:
- Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
- Friends of Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
- National Public Lands Day
- Don Carter State Park