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In addition to the conference space available at four lodges, Hard Labor Creek, Suwanee River Eco-Lodge at Stephen C. Foster, Sweetwater Creek and Panola Mountain state parks have small meeting rooms for rent.
All lodges have restaurants, catering, meeting services and professional event coordinators who can assist with meetings, reunions, banquets, weddings and other gatherings. A more luxurious group accommodation is available at Reynolds Mansion.
This excursion train welcomes groups on its tour through southwest Georgia. The train can also be reserved for private events. Throughout the year, this nostalgic train offers special tours to Savannah, Vidalia and other towns. The main depot is located in Cordele, just west of I-75.
Group camps are perfect for large youth gatherings. While each is unique, they all provide a rustic environment with bunk beds, large kitchens, dining/assembly rooms, restrooms with hot showers, and sometimes swimming facilities. There is plenty of room to run and learn.
Organized groups such as Scouts can pitch tents in these private camping areas found at most state parks. All come with water spigots and pit toilets, and some have covered picnic shelters and grills.
A group lodge is one large facility with dormitory sleeping quarters for 12 to 50. They have restrooms with hot showers and a kitchen and dining area. Guests provide their own linens.
This mountain retreat offers 17 bedrooms in six beautifully decorated cottages. Some have porches along a trophy-trout stream, while others have private hot tubs. Business groups can meet in the main house’s great room with fireplace or on the large stream-side deck.
Just 18 miles from the Okefenokee Swamp, this is a unique location for hunting retreats, business meetings, reunions and weddings. Surrounded by pine forests, the eco-lodge is made up of 8 cottages with a total of 12 bedrooms (sleeps up to 40). A conference room, smaller meeting room, BBQ shelter and commercial-size kitchen are also available. Guests may rent a portion or all of the facility.
Georgia State Parks welcome military families to enjoy our beautiful scenery, kid-friendly activities and variety of recreation. Groups can even take advantage of our leadership-initiative and team building programs, as well as meeting spaces. We even offer a range of affordable accommodations for both family getaways and organized retreats. To thank our armed forces, we offer a 25% discount on daily and annual ParkPasses to active duty and retired military who are also Georgia residents. Disabled veterans who are Georgia residents and present a Certificate of Eligibility card are entitled to a 25% discount on Annual ParkPasses, individual or family Friends Memberships, individual accommodations, picnic shelters, recreation fees such as mini-golf and boat rental, golf fees and historic site admission.
Along the rolling hills and sweeping curves of Georgia’s roads you can enjoy small, quaint towns filled with farmers markets, antiques, and local craftsmen. RV, auto, motorcycle or bicycle enthusiasts can enjoy a cool mountain ride through lush forests or explore coastline roads under live oaks and Spanish moss. Whatever view you prefer, planning your tour around Georgia State Parks provides picturesque backdrops for some wonderful road adventures and the parks provide great overnight accommodations! Georgia has a rich, diverse history. So a road trip to historic places and points of interest that include battlefields, forts, Indian mounds, historical homes, lighthouses, ruins of colonial settlements and more can be informative as well as fun. Once off road, there’s plenty to see and do. Our natural surroundings lend themselves to endless miles of inspiration and plenty of outdoor activity. Overnight accommodations range from tent and RV camping to cozy cottages, yurts, and lodges. Group shelters and picnic shelters offer space for a group rally or a monthly motor club meeting. Whether it's the hospitable service, comfortable accommodations, pleasing food, or affordable rates, one visit and you'll see why so many people make a trip to and around our state parks. We're friendly and affordable, easy to find, and impossible to forget.