Notes for the Road: Walk Georgia Blog

Go: Stay Active with State Parks

paddleboarding

There are many fun and healthy activities to do at Georgia State Parks including hiking, biking, paddling, tree climbing, golfing, archery, fitness equipment, events and more.
Many parks have boat rentals (such as kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, etc) for you to experience the water and bike rentals to get you out and exploring. Visit their website for more information.

Georgia State Park Clubs

Tails on Trails Club Logo ThumbnailTails on Trails Dog-Walking Club

Hikers are encouraged to bring their four-legged friends and conquer these seven trails to earn a bragging rights t-shirt with matching bandana for your pup.


Canyon Climbers Club Logo ThumbnailCanyon Climbers Club

Georgia’s Canyon Climbers Club is reserved for those few who can scale to the top of Amicalola Falls, explore the depths of Providence Canyon, brave the swinging bridge in Tallulah Gorge and face the daunting staircase in Cloudland Canyon.


Muddy Spokes Club Logo ThumbnailMuddy Spokes Club

Break out your bicycle, helmet and stain-busting laundry detergent. Georgia State Park System’s Muddy Spokes Club challenges mountain bikers and casual cyclists to tackle 11 state parks and 69 miles of trails.


Park Paddlers Club Logo ThumbnailPark Paddlers Club

Pick up your paddle to see Georgia’s rivers, mill ponds, lakes and even the celebrated Okefenokee Swamp. Join the Park Paddlers Club and go 22 miles through six state parks. New or experienced, there’s plenty to explore on our waterways.