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Cabins/Cottages at Georgia State Parks


CabinCozy cabins with one, two or three bedrooms are available at nearly 30 state parks. In most cases, they are located on lakes or hillsides, providing spectacular views. Cabins are as diverse as the parks themselves, such as the historic 1930s stone cottages at F.D. Roosevelt, the round "barrel" cottages at Unicoi and the luxurious cabins at Smithgall Woods.

Cabins are fully equipped with stoves, refrigerators, kitchen and dining utensils, bed linens, blankets and towels. All cabins have heat and air conditioning. Many cabins have televisions, screened porches or decks and woodburning fireplaces or stoves. Firewood, paper towels and dish soap are typically not provided. Rates range from around $85 to $250 per night, depending on location, season and size. We do not charge a separate cleaning fee.

Cabins/cottages are not designed for organized groups; groups are urged to use group lodges at the parks where they are available. Cottage occupancies are not to exceed maximum recommended capacity. Furniture and supplies are not to be transported between cottages.

Camper Cabins

Camper Cabin at Skidaway Island State ParkSkidaway Island State Park, Savannah—Small "Camper Cabins" offer one master bedroom with queen bed, plus sleeping loft with one double bed and one single bed. Linens and pillows are provided. A small bathroom provides a shower. Guests bring their own towels and soap. A kitchen includes a microwave and coffee maker, but no dishes. Camper cabins come with a television, screened porch and heat/AC. Outside, visitors will find a picnic table, grill and fire ring. Pets are not allowed. One is ADA accessible.

Fort Yargo State Park, Winder—Fort Yargo’s "Adventure Cabins" are much like regular cottages, only slightly smaller. They have two bedrooms with queen beds, a sleeper sofa, one bath, a kitchen, television, screened porch and heat/AC. Linens and pillows are provided. Dishes, cooking utensils, dish soap and a coffee maker are provided. Guests bring their own toiletries and towels. Outside, visitors will find a picnic table, grill and fire ring. Cabins 8 and 15 are dog-friendly (pet fee).

Sportsman's Cabins

Sportsman's Cabin at Laura S. Walker State ParkLaura S. Walker State Park, Waycross—These new “Sportsman’s Cabins” are much like regular cottages, only slightly smaller. They have two bedrooms with one queen bed in each, a full-size sleeper sofa, one bath, kitchen, television, screened porch and heat/AC. Linens are provided. Kitchens come with towels, potholders, dishes, pots and pans, utensils and coffee maker. Guests bring their own soap and spices. Outside, visitors will find a picnic table, grill and fire ring. Cabins 1 and 2 have the best lake boardwalk views. Cabin 3 is ADA accessible. Cabin 4 is dog-friendly (pet fee).

Fisherman's Cabin

Fisherman's Cabin at Mistletoe State ParkMistletoe State Park, Appling—The “Fisherman’s Cabin” is a one bedroom, two-bathroom cottage located near the park’s main boat ramp. The cabin offers a master suite with a full size bed and a queen sleeper sofa in the living room. All linens and towels are provided, the kitchen is fully-equipped, and satellite television is provided. Outside is a picnic table, charcoal grill and fire ring, as well as a boat dock for guests to park their boat or fish from. This cabin is both pet-friendly (fee) and ADA accessible.

Group Lodges: Your Own Private Retreat

Group Lodge Bunk Beds

(Not reservable online. Call 1-800-864-7275)
A group lodge is one large facility with dormitory sleeping for 12 to 50, restrooms with hot showers, and a kitchen and dining area. Guests provide their own linens. Minimum occupancy is two nights, and a deposit is required. Cancellations must be made at least one month in advance and will be assessed a $10 fee. Group lodges are found at Cloudland Canyon, George T. Bagby and General Coffee and Magnolia Springs state parks. Rates range from $95–$200.

Unique Facilities

General Coffee State Park – Burnham House
Watson Mill Bridge State Park—Log Cabin Bunkhouse

Things to Know about Cottages

Minimum Stay

Most parks require a two-night minimum with advance reservations; however, some may accept walk-ins for one night. Many parks require a five- or seven-night minimum June 1 through Labor Day. Shorter stays are allowed for reservations made less than 30 days in advance. A three-night minimum is required for Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and Thanksgiving weekends.

Deposits and Cancellations

A deposit of one night’s lodging is required. Deposits may be refunded if a minimum of 72 hours cancellation notice is given, minus a $10 per unit cancellation fee. Any unused portion of a reservation may be refunded only if minimum occupancy has been met. Because deposit restrictions may apply to reservations of 7 to 14 days, guests should confirm cancellation policies before making a reservation. Reservations may be transferred once to another date, facility or park without penalty, if made at least 72 hours in advance. Cancellations can be processed on-line, however, reservation changes cannot be made online. Please call 1-800-864-7275.


Visitors occupying a cottage for 14 nights must vacate the park for at least three nights before returning. Cottages may not be used to accommodate more than their stated capacities.


Check-in is between 4 and 10 p.m., and check-out is 11 a.m. A reservation confirmation must be presented at check-in. Guests must pay the full balance of their reservation upon check-in. Both the reservation and deposit are forfeited if the guest does not check in by 10 p.m. on the scheduled arrival date. Most park gates are locked at 10 p.m. A late fee will be charged after 11 a.m. unless a check-out extension is permitted by the Park Office.


Dishes should be washed and put away and the cottage left in good condition. Visitors under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Furnishings and linens may not be carried outside cottages. Occupants will be charged for damaged or missing items. Small groups such as Scouts may occupy a single cottage during a park’s off-season provided the group is properly chaperoned and capacity is not exceeded.


Dogs are now allowed ONLY in cottages designated as "dog friendly." (Additional fee charged; reservations required; dogs only) Pets are not allowed in or around any other cottages.

Service Animal Policy

Georgia State Parks welcomes visitors with service animals. Service animals are “dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities,” according to the Revised Americans with Disabilities Act Service Animal Requirements. Our Pet Policy applies to service animals with the following exemptions:
  • Service animals in a working capacity are allowed in all public areas of the park when accompanied by a visitor with a disability; and,
  • Service animals should be harnessed, leashed or tethered unless such devices interfere with the service animal’s work, or if the visitor’s disability prevents the use of these devices. In that case, the visitor must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal or other effective controls.

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