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Paddling and a picnic

Racks of kayaks and canoes

Fort McAllister State Park personnel will lead a canoe and kayak trip to a local sandbar, where participants will break for a picnic lunch before paddling back…
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Smithgall Woods State Park

Man fishing for trout in stream

With more than 20 miles of roads and trails to explore, Smithgall Woods State Park is a paradise for walkers and hikers. Be sure to bring your camera with you; wildlife observation and photography opportunities are abundant…
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George L. Smith State Park

Kayaks in swampy water

With seven miles of trails, not to mention canoeing and kayaking, George L. Smith State Park in Twin City has lots of opportunities for physical activity. The park also houses an 1880s combination gristmill, sawmill, covered bridge and dam…
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Moccasin Creek State Park

Flowing stream at Moccasin Creek State Park

Moccasin Creek State Park is a favorite among hikers, providing trails that are a good warm-up for the nearby Appalachian Trail. The park’s also popular with anglers as it boasts a trout-filled stream and lake fishing…
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