Bridal Veil Falls, Tallulah Falls, GA

Summer is almost here, and if you’re itching for a road trip, these are some great stops! Georgia has so many great state parks that you have to add to your “Must-See” list. With the kids out of school, you can head out to explore our great state- either for a great day trip, or a quick weekend getaway.  Many of the Georgia state parks have areas to camp – in the traditional sense, or with cabins, cottage and more.  We personally want to check out the yurts at Tugaloo State Park (See Below!)

With such a diverse terrain throughout the state, you are sure to find a park that has everything you’re looking for and more! Whether it’s camping, hiking, boating, or just exploring, there won’t be a shortage of fun at any of these great state parks!

Take your exploration to new heights with mountainous terrain, or calm your spirit with the glimmering waters of the many lakes.  These parks are great for family adventures, romantic moments, or even group outings. There are also many areas to learn about the rich history of the state, with interesting museums, reenactments, and more too.

Which of these Georgia state parks is at the top of your “Must-See” List?

Looking to explore more of Georgia?  Check out the 3 towns that made the Most Charming Small Towns in the South list!