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Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
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Georgia is known for having one of the best state park systems in the nation, protecting more than 77,500 acres of natural beauty. From the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Colonial Coast, our state has an exceptional variety of scenery. Tallulah Gorge with its spectacular overlooks; Amicalola Falls, the highest waterfall this side of the Rockies; Providence Canyon, Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon;” and the mysterious Okefenokee Swamp are among the stunning natural areas preserved in our state parks. Georgia also has a rich and colorful past told through state historic sites. Ceremonial Indian Mounds, forts and battlefields, the Cherokee Indian Capital, plantations and F.D. Roosevelt's Little White House are some of the fascinating places where the past still comes alive.

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