Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
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Holiday Gifts from Georgia State Parks

2013 ParkPass
  Annual ParkPass - $50 ($25 for seniors 62 or older)
Perfect for anyone who is always on the go, an Annual ParkPass provides free parking to all of Georgia’s State Parks. They'll be able to enjoy places like Amicalola Falls, Sweetwater Creek, Indian Springs and Reed Bingham free for an entire year.  Available at any park office or by calling 1-800-864-7275.


Friends of Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites
  Membership to Friends of Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites -- $50 and up
Help support State Parks while enjoying a free Annual ParkPass, historic site passes, a free night of camping or golf, and additional perks. Membership levels begin at $50 for individuals and $75 for families. Available from www.FriendsofGaStateParks.org or 1-888-948-2092.


Georgia State Parks gift items
  Books, Hiking Sticks, Stuffed Animals and More -- $1 and up
Many of Georgia’s State Parks and Historic Sites have gift shops filled with presents for all ages. You’ll find nature books, hiking and camping supplies, t-shirts and hats, toys and stuffed animals, themed décor and more. To find a gift shop near you, visit GeorgiaStateParks.org/map.


Georgia Golf Greens Pass
  Annual Golf GreensPass & Golf Club Membership -- $20 - $800
A $20 Golf Club Membership Card provides savings and benefits at several championship golf courses. For a special splurge, give your golfer an $800 GreensPass providing unlimited rounds for an entire year. Available at www.GeorgiaGolf.com or 1-800-434-0982.


Fort King George
  Historic Site Annual Pass -- $15 - $30
History lovers can enjoy admission to all 15 of Georgia’s state historic sites, including Civil War battlefields, ancient Indian mounds, Revolutionary War forts, plantations, a gold museum and more. $35 per family, $20 per adult and $15 per child. Available at state historic sites.


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