In recent years, the parks have added new programs and activities such as kayak rentals, stand-up paddleboards, and ranger led bicycle excursions. Also, the Park clubs target specific groups such as Canyon Climbers Club for hikers and Tails on Trails Club for dog walkers. Historical enthusiasts at the Roosevelt’s Little White House in Warm Springs is also targeted to increase the visitor experiences.
“We have a fantastic system of state parks and historic sites that give Georgia’s citizens and guests an exceptional experience,” said Kelley. “We’ve listened to what people want to do when they visit, and we’ll continue to offer fun ways to enjoy outdoor recreation and teach Georgia history.”
Please review entire press release for details of where all the updates are located throughout the state.