Vogel State Park in Blairsville, Georgia
State & National Parks

State and national parks in Georgia are wonderlands filled with a surprising variety of landscapes, historic sites, and educational and recreational activities. There are more than 60 Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites and 11 national parks to explore throughout the state.

Visit landmarks that preserve stories about people and events that played important roles in the state and nation’s history, like Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park in Atlanta and Jimmy Carter National Historic Site in Plains. Or visit museums like the Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site in Dahlonega and the Little White House State Historic Site, President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s retreat in Warm Springs.

Explore environments that have been largely preserved in their natural state, like Cumberland Island National Seashore, as well as those that have been irrevocably scarred by human activities, like Providence Canyon State Park. Learn about prehistoric cultures at Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site in Chatsworth and Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park in Macon.

Go hiking, camping, paddling, fishing and biking at Georgia’s biggest state parks, and check out the state park cabins for unique and cozy places to stay. If you’re making a national parks bucket list, you can’t forget to add these six in Georgia.

Browse the trip ideas and listings below to find state and national parks in Georgia.

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