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Fair Harbor RV Park & Campground, Perry
Located in Georgia's Historic South region, the Fair Harbor RV Park and Campground is a fantastic campground for travelers in Georgia. This wooded park has a full list of excellent amenities, including wifi, cable TV, a walking trail, and a well stocked fishing pond. Visitors to Fair Harbor RV Park and Campground will also enjoy convenient access to the town of Perry, the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter with year-round events, the historic Hay House in nearby Macon and much more. Travelers to Georgia should be sure to make their reservation in advance with the easy online reservation system. Check availability.
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Unicoi State Park
Located in the mountains of northern Georgia, Unicoi State Park is an excellent outdoor destination. Visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing and canoeing in the mountain lake. In addition, the park has some fun hiking and biking trails, ranging from leisurely to challenging, including the beautiful hike to Anna Ruby Falls. This great park also has plenty of programs and festivals throughout the year, and even has a restaurant on site.
This Italian Renaissance Revival house was built in the 1850s. In 1974 the Hay House was declared a National Historic Landmark. Today visitors to Macon, Georgia can visit the Hay House and take a tour of the house. These tours of the museum include opportunities to see the furnishings and architecture of the house as well as learn about historic preservation.
Amicalola Falls State Park
Amicalola Falls are the tallest falls in the southeast United States, and Amicalola Falls State Park offers visitors an amazing opportunity to see these beautiful falls. This park is a great spot for hiking, with 12 miles of trails. There are easy hiking trails to see the falls as well as more challenging hikes. In addition, the park is located near the end of the Appalachian Trail, and visitors to the park can hike from the park to Springer Mountain, the end of the Appalachian Trail. This park also has a lodge in the backcountry, which visitors can reach after a five-mile hike into the park.
DeSoto Falls are located within the DeSoto Falls Recreation Area, which is located in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest. Visitors to the DeSoto Falls Recreation Area have an opportunity to hike to see the beautiful DeSoto Falls. In addition to hiking there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy other recreation, including camping, fishing, biking and more. The DeSoto Falls are accessed on the DeSoto Falls trails, which is a great way to see these beautiful falls in this scenic area of Georgia.
Cumberland Island National Seashore
Cumberland Island is the southernmost and the largest barrier island in Georgia. Visitors can see the maritime forests, beaches, marshes and more located in the designated wilderness areas. The island also has historic sites, ruins and much more. Cumberland Island also has the Dungeness ruins, which was originally built by General Nathanial Greene, and later built again by Thomas Carnegie. Plum Orchard Mansion is another place to visit on Cumberland Island. Plum Orchard Mansion was built by Lucy Carnegie for her son. In addition, visitors will the the First African Baptist Church in the Settlement and a Museum. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of outdoor activities including, hiking ,camping, wildlife viewing and bicycling to name only a few.
Okefenokee Swamp Park
This swamp covers of a half million acres and is home to a large variety of plant and animal species. Visitors to the park can enjoy interpretive exhibits, wildlife shows, wildlife walkways and even Indian Waterways. There are boat tours that take visitors through the Seminole Indian Waterways allow visitors to learn all about the Okefenokee Swamp. Visitors can also take a railroad tour. The "Lady Suwannee" takes visitors on a guided tour along the edge of the wetlands. The swamp allows visitors to get up close to the unique natural plants and animals that make their home in the swamp.