Hamburg State Park is rich in historical
and natural resources, and provides programs to school groups, scout
troops, and other organizations. If you are interested in participating
in a program at Hamburg State Park please call the park office at (478)
552-2393. A wide variety of programs are provide by the park staff on
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Group size must be limited to 50
or less, and scheduled at least 2 weeks in advance.
Hamburg Arts and Crafts Festival is an annual event with many different
sights, sounds, and smells tantalizing the senses. Guests are treated
to homemade food, barbeque plates, funnel cakes, fried twinkies, cajun
pork curls, and a wide variety of homemade items are sold. There
are also several music groups and cloggers who provided entertainment.
Savannah River Area Girl Scouts enjoy their annual "Fun in Nature"
program at Hamburg. They tour the mill and museum, then an educational
nature talk is given by the park ranger and a guided nature hike along
Annual Forestry Day is sponsored by the American Forest Management
Company. Students participate in a number of programs from the Georgia
Forestry Commission and the staff at Hamburg State Park. Children participate
in tours of the grist mill and museum. They also learn about basic tree
identification, wildlife habitat, firefighting, and controlled burns.