Today we’re heading out to Royston, Ga. in Franklin, Hart, and Madison counties – home to Victoria Bryant State Park. The park is located in the hills of Georgia’s upper Piedmont, and has a picturesque stream flowing through it. Spanning more than 500 acres, the park has an interesting history. Cherokee and Creek Indians used the land for hunting and fishing, as the rolling hills and deep wooded areas made it a perfect spot to stake out prey. You can still find Indian arrowheads and other artifacts in the park.
Victoria Bryant State Park offers activities for those who love hiking, fishing, and golfing. For those of you who are keen wildlife enthusiasts, this park has food plots along the perimeter trail to observe animals as they graze.
The park also offers a chance for kids to get active during the summer. From July 11th to 15th, 2016, the park will host a Junior Ranger Camp for children aged 6-15. Jr. Rangers also get the chance to earn a Junior Ranger badge! This is a great opportunity for children to learn about the outdoors and natural resources during their summer holidays.
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