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Sweetwater Creek Reunions

Sweetwater Creek State Park

Family Reunions:
Sweetwater Creek State Park RuinsSweetwater Creek State Park includes 2,549 acres of forested land, more than 9 miles of hiking trails, a 215 acre lake with two fishing docks, a Visitor’s Center with displays on local history and wildlife, and a bait shop that rents kayaks, canoes, pedal boats and jon boats. To contact the park for information or reservations, please call 770-732-5871 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., seven days a week.
View Photo Gallery of facilities and sights at Sweetwater Creek
  Family Reunion Package 1 — $225:
Sweetwater Creek State Park reunion    One day rental of the Group Shelter between 10 a.m. and 9:30 p.m.
      (Max occupancy 150 people).
    The Group Shelter is a fully enclosed building, including a large,
      outdoor BBQ pit, kitchen facilities,
      folding tables and chairs, private restrooms, playground, and
      60 parking spaces.
    Discounted parking fee: 25 or more pre-paid passes will receive
      20% off the $5/vehicle fee.

Family Reunion Package 2 — $75:
    One day rental of one of 8 unique picnic pavilions located throughout the park between 10 a.m. and sunset
      (Max occupancy 50 people)
    Pavilions include 4 large picnic tables, a charcoal grill, water spigot, and electricity.

  Additional Attractions:
   Private, Ranger-led tours of the Civil War era New Manchester mill ruins situated alongside the ½ mile stretch of whitewater rapids of Sweetwater Creek.
   • Private wildlife and educational programs designed to meet your family’s specific interests.

For regularly scheduled, public programs visit

Group Shelter:
Sweetwater Creek Group Shelter
Sweetwater Creek Group Shelter

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