State Parks in Georgia
Memorial to former Confederate vice president, US congressman and Georgia governor. Features renovated and fufrnished 1875 Liberty Hall. Confederate Museum houses collection of Civil War
It's easy to see why this is one of Georgia's most popular state parks. Amicalola, a Cherokee Indian word meaning "tumbling waters," is an appropriate name for these 729-foot falls- the
Mountain City, GA, State Parks
Black Rock Mountain State Park, named for its sheer cliffs of dark granite, is the highest state park in the state.
Newnan, GA, Outdoors, State Parks
Georgia's newest and one of its largest state parks, Chattahoochee Bend is a 2,910-acre haven for paddlers, campers and anglers.
Chatsworth, GA, State Parks, Tours, Native American Sites
Built in 1804 by Cherokee Chief James Vann, this Federal-style brick mansion is known as the "Showplace of the Cherokee Nation."
Rising Fawn, GA, Lodging, Outdoors, State Parks
Located in Dade County on the western edge of Lookout Mountain, this is one of the most scenic parks in the state, offering rugged geology and
St. Marys, GA, State Parks, Camping, Boating
Located on Georgia's coast, this park offers beautiful facilities in a beautiful setting.
Dahlonega, GA, State Parks, Museums
The Dahlonga Gold Museum, a state historic site, commemorates America's first gold rush in 1828 and the mining history of Lumpkin County.
Located on the western shore of 70,000-acre Clarks Hill Lake, this park is named for a frontiersman and Georgia war hero who led pioneers during the Revolutionary War.
Cartersville, GA, State Parks, Native American Sites
Now a state historic site, Etowah Indian Mounds is one of the last great cities of the Mississippian Culture period of Indian history.
Pine Mountain, GA, Outdoors, State Parks
Located on Pine Mountain, this 9,047-acre park is deeply rooted in the historical era of four-time President, Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Situated at the northern end of 45,000-acre Lake Walter F. George, also known as Lake Eufaula, this park offers the perfect setting for those who love water sports.
Darien, GA, Tours, Colonial Georgia
This reconstructed four-story blockhouse, barracks and fort was originally built in 1721 as the southernmost outpost of the British empire in North
Richmond Hill, GA, State Parks, Camping, Forts, Civil War
Fort McAllister, the best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy, fell to the Union Army in December 1864 during
Fort Morris was built to defend the former town of Sunbury, once a bustling seaport second in Georgia only to Savannah.
Chatsworth, GA, Outdoors, State Parks
Hikers and mountain bikers will find some of the most beautiful trails in northern Georgia at Fort Mountain State Park.
Located between Atlanta and Athens, Fort Yargo offers a fun camping, hiking and fishing experience.
Overnight accommodations include camping, cottages and the Burnham House, an elegantly decorated 19th century cabin perfect for romantic getaways.
Fort Gaines, GA, Outdoors, State Parks, Lodging
This southwest Georgia state park on Lake Walter F. George features a 60-room lodge, conference center, restaurant, cottages, and an 18-hole
Cordele, GA, Outdoors, State Parks
Established as a memorial to U.S. veterans, this park sits beside the 8,700-acre Lake Blackshear and features a military museum, a golf course, and a lodge.
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