8 WAYS TO KICK BACK AT Georgia State Parks 1.Hike a forest path or canyon trail to discover fantastic views. 2.Paddle at sunrise. 3.Cook over a campfire at sunset. 4.Find your perfect fishing spot. 5.Plan a laid-back golf getaway. 6.Gather the family in a cozy cottage or yurt. 7.Pitch a tent under the stars. 8.Explore Georgia’s past at a Native American site or historic battlefield. 1-800-864-7275 GeorgiaStateParks.org/Reservations Yurts – Go Glamping! Luxury-loving guests will enjoy our version of “glamour camping.” Yurts are like a cross between camping and a cabin, with furniture and electrical outlets inside, and a grill and picnic table outside. Hot showers are a short walk away. Camping Whether you’re piloting a 40-foot motor home or packing a four-pound tent, we have a campsite for you. Leashed pets are welcome at most campsites. Tent/Trailer/RV Campsites: Hot showers, water and electric hookups, dump stations, some sewage hookups. Site-specific reservations are available at Amicalola Falls, James H. Floyd, Reed Bingham, Richard B. Russell and Laura S. Walker state parks. RV Pull-Throughs: Water and electric hookups, dump stations, some sewage hookups. Walk-In Tent Campsites: Within walking distance of showers, water and parking. Backcountry & Paddle-In Campsites: All gear and water is packed in by campers. Equestrian: Horse owners will love our campsites and camper cabins that come with horse stalls. First-Time Camper Program: Try camping for the first time with borrowed gear and a helping hand. GeorgiaStateParks.org/FirstTimeCamper Adventure Lodges & Retreats Stay in comfort at our hotel-style lodges, with conference space, restaurants and golf courses. Newly renovated Adventure Lodges at Amicalola Falls and Unicoi state parks offer thrilling sports like ziplining, wall climbing and mountain biking. GaAdventureLodge.com Groups can enjoy complete privacy at the Reynolds Mansion on Sapelo Island. GaStateParks.org/ReynoldsMansion Cottages & Cabins A wide variety of cottage styles, ranging from one to three bedrooms, are offered at more than 30 state parks. Guests enjoy fishing and hiking right outside their door, plus beautiful scenery from porches. Dogs are welcome in select cottages with advance reservations and a pet fee.
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