Georgia State Parks Lodge Parks
Amicalola Falls State Park & Lodge
Only one and a half hours north of Atlanta, The Lodge at Amicalola Falls is a stunning 57-room hideaway, complete with a window-lined restaurant. Whether you want to visit the falls or explore towering forests, there is plenty to discover at Amicalola Falls. Lodge rooms now include free continental breakfast.
George T. Bagby State Park & Lodge
Head to Southwest Georgia for the pristine forests, championship golf and scenic dining. The Lodge at George T. Bagby is the perfect retreat, whether you choose a room at the lodge or a cottage in the woods.
Little Ocmulgee State Park & Lodge
You can spend your days enjoying golf, tennis, hiking, swimming, boating or fishing at Ocmulgee's state park and 265-acre lake. At the Lodge at Little Ocmulgee in south central Georgia, you camp out among the trees, choose a cottage or stay at the 60-room lodge.
Unicoi State Park & Lodge
Nestled between thousands of acres of the Chattahoochee Forest and the alpine village of Helen is Unicoi, a rustic retreat with a white sand beach. You can choose a guest cottage with a wood-burning fireplace or one of the contemporary guest rooms, many with lofts and views of the park.
Reynolds Mansion on Sapelo Island
Serving groups of 16-26 adults, the Reynolds Mansion on Sapelo Island puts you in the center of every facet of a barrier islands natural community, from the forested uplands, to the vast salt marsh, and the complex beach and dunes systems. Group camping is also available on this natural barrier island at the Cabretta Island campsite in the pristine R. J. Reynolds Wildlife Refuge.
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