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Thursday, May 28, 2015 until Monday, Jun 1, 2015 (11 AM to 5 PM)

Koastal Georgia Kayak Family Kamp
Join park rangers on this family-friendly paddle through the Okefenokee Swamp, along Crooked River and on Sapelo Island's Lighthouse Creek. You'll explore freshwater swamps, salt marsh and brackish rivers. Kayak gear, professional guides, campsites and meals included. Reservations required by May 7. Click event to view flyer and schedule.

Load up the family and participate in Georgia State Park's first Koastal Georgia Kayak Family Kamp. Participants will have the opportunity to camp at 3 locations in the flatwoods and coast of Georgia and kayak through freshwater swamps and salt marshes. Park staff will be with you throughout your trip to share with you the flora, fauna, and history of the places you visit; such as Stephen C. Foster State Park in the Okefenokee Swamp, Crooked River State Park, Sapelo Island, and the Reynolds Mansion. Never before has the general public been given the opportunity to have as much one on one time with the people who live and work at these locations in one adventure packed trip. Families of any size will enjoy the fun filled weekend with interpretation and opportunities to experience the swamps and coast of Georgia. Limited space, registration required.

Check out the official flier and schedule here.

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Admission: $649 per adult, $549 per child (12 and under). Some meals included.
Event Phone: 912-882-5256

Location
Stephen C. Foster State Park
17515 Hwy. 177
Fargo, GA 31631

Directions

GPS Coordinates:
N 30.8269500 | W -082.3621000

Located 18 miles northeast of Fargo at the end of Ga. Hwy. 177. Note that GPS directions are often not accurate; consult a highway map.

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Stephen C. Foster State Park
17515 Hwy. 177
Fargo, GA 31631 View Details


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Stephen C. Foster State Park

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