2017 Guide to Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites
From Cloudland Canyon State Park — where men and women ignore their mothers’ warnings not to jump off cliffs if they see someone else doing it — to Stephen C. Foster State Park in the magnificent Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia’s parks are some of the most beautiful in America.
The newly published “2017 Guide to Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites” is free for the asking. Keep a copy in your car or RV, or download the guide to use on your favorite gizmo.
Nobody knows our parks like the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. They compiled this priceless pamphlet with tips and photographs on perfect spots all around the state.
Get directions to hiking trails, fishing spots, cabins, wedding venues and campsites, including facilities you might not have heard about: cottages at Gordonia-Alatamaha State Park in Reidsville, a group shelter at Crooked River State Park in St. Marys, and horse stables at A.H. Stephens near Crawfordville, for example.
For a free copy, call 770-389-7286 or stop by any Georgia State Park or State Historic Site.