A Georgia State Park Pass

A Georgia State Park Pass

Georgia State Park Pass

Coffee County was hit hard by the economic recession, so along the way the county lost visitation. Now, the Georgia state park system is threatening to take over part of the property. A fight is brewing with the state over ownership and taxes. The community just wants to save the tourism money that helped build the area.



Parking in Georgia’s State Parks is just $5 and visitors can buy a $50 annual ParkPass that helps fund renovations, trail work, dock replacements and more. A family of five can enjoy a full day of hiking, biking, fishing, boating, birding, picnicking, swimming and more for only one dollar per person. ParkPasses are not valid at state historic sites. Overnight guests pay the daily ParkPass fee only once during their stay, regardless of duration.

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Originally established to preserve battlefields and military history, the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park is one of the largest greenspaces in northwest Georgia. In addition to hiking historic trails marked by impressive monuments, visitors also enjoy biking, horseback riding, rock climbing and paddling. Although some park attractions are already fee-free, Point Park at Lookout Mountain Battlefield requires an entry fee of $10 per adult; children 15 and under are free.

Accessible only by boat, this enchanting island near St. Marys is a must-see for Georgians and tourists. Head to Cumberland Island to explore hiking trails winding through maritime forest and boardwalks overlooking the salt marsh. Camp under the stars and comb for shells on sandy beaches. The island is also home to the massive Dungeness mansion ruins, once owned by wealthy elites. In addition to ferry tickets, fees are usually $10 per adult; children 15 and under are free. Check https://www.nps.gov/cuis/index.htm for the latest information. (Source: www.exploregeorgia.org)


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