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Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge

Amicalola Falls, the tallest cascading waterfall in the southeastern U.S., at its' state park

Amicalola Falls is the tallest cascading waterfall in the southeastern U.S., so it’s safe to say this state park isn’t short on scenery. There are trails for all skill levels in Amicalola Falls State Park, and it’s only an 8.5-mile hike to the start of the Appalachian Trail…
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Cloudland Canyon State Park

Waterfall at Cloudland Canyon State Park

On the edge of Lookout Mountain in very northern Georgia, Cloudland Canyon State Park offers scenery and the chance for hikers to tackle varying trails. Caving is also an option through the park’s on-site outfitter…
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Hamburg State Outdoor Recreation Area

The 1921 gristmill at Hamburg State Outdoor Recreation Area

Not only a site for boating, fishing and hiking, Hamburg State Outdoor Recreation Area also houses a 1921 gristmill and museum. Camping is seasonal and opened March 15; self-registration is used to book campsites…
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Hard Labor Creek State Park

Lake at Hard Labor Creek State Park

One for the golfers, Hard Labor Creek State Park houses an 18-hole golf course, The Creek. The park also has 24 miles of trails for hikers and horseback riders, and it’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places…
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Tugaloo State Park

Going fishing at Tugaloo State Park

Whether it’s swimming, water skiing, sailing or boatingĀ (check out the six-lane “mega ramp”), Tugaloo State Park is perfect for water sports enthusiasts, not to mention anglers. Hikers will also appreciate the foliage on the park’s 4 miles of trails…
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Laura S. Walker State Park

Golfers at Laura S. Walker State Park

Trekking through Laura S. Walker State Park’s nature trails, not to mention taking advantage of the park’s water options, gives visitors the chance to view area wildlife. The park also has an 18-hole golf course, The Lakes…
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