Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Visit Georgia State Parks for Free

Have you hiked to the bottom of Tallulah Gorge or the top of Amicalola Falls? Have you stepped down into Providence Canyon or explored the stand of old growth trees in Indian Spring State Park? If you have places you've been intending to explore or a lake you've been meaning to fish within a Georgia State Park or Historic Site, Saturday, Sept. 29 would be a great day to cross something of a wish list.

As part of "Your State Parks Day" parking and admission fees in Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites will be waved on Sept. 29. Savings range from $2.50 to $10, depending on the park selected. The day, which is sponsored by Friends of Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites will also feature special volunteer days in a host of parks throughout the state.

Three parks, Jekyll Island, Stone Mountain and Lake Lanier, are not operated by the Department of Natural Resources' State Parks Division and are not included in the free day.

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