From half-day retreats to multi-day conferences, Georgia State Parks have facilities for all types of corporate gatherings, yet our outdoor setting is the real attraction. Meeting inside state parks facilitates two purposes. It helps to clear the mind, allowing you to focus on the task at hand, and it rejuvenates your passion, preparing you to implement plans discussed during your stay.
State parks also offer cost-efficient team building through recreation. When not brainstorming and strategizing, your group can enjoy golf, boating, fishing, nature walks, swimming and an abundance of activities—all without leaving the property. Family members who come along for the trip will find plenty of activities as well.
Four hotel-style lodges offer meeting planners, catering staff, restaurants and versatile meeting space that can hold 10 to 500 attendees. Guests can stay overnight in hotel-style rooms, cabins or campsites.
Meeting Rooms —
state parks have gathering rooms for rent. Both are in the metro-Atlanta area, with Sweetwater Creek to the west off I-20 and Panola Mountain to the southeast, in Stockbridge.
Reynolds Mansion on Sapelo
This historic plantation home is set among the moss-draped oaks and salt marshes of Sapelo Island. It can accommodate 29 guests with 13 bedrooms and 11 baths, all brimming with turn-of-the century ambiance, architecture and art. The island has limited access by ferry only, providing complete privacy. All meals are included.
Suwannee River Eco-Lodge
Just 18 miles from the famed Okefenokee Swamp, this secluded lodge is made up of eight cottages with 12 bedrooms (max 40 guests). A conference room, smaller meeting room, BBQ shelter and commercial kitchen are included. Additional accommodations and activities can be found 18 miles away at
Stephen C. Foster State Park
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.
Enclosed group shelters have tables and chairs for 50 to 250, kitchens, restrooms, heat and air conditioning, and adjacent parking. Many have large barbecue pits.
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