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Yurts — heated in winter
Go "glamping!" Luxury-loving campers will enjoy the yurts at Cloudland Canyon, Red Top Mountain, High Falls, Fort Yargo, Tugaloo and Sweetwater Creek state parks. Yurts, which are like canvas and wood tents, provide heaters and furniture inside, and a grill and picnic table outside. No need to pitch a tent. Learn More about "Glamping"
Suwannee River Eco-Lodge — near the Okefenokee Swamp
The Suwannee River Eco-Lodge is in Fargo, 18 miles from the famed Okefenokee Swamp. It features eight cottages with kitchens, meeting space, a barbecue shelter and commercial kitchen. The Suwannee River Visitor Center and a boat ramp are just down the road. Operated by Stephen C. Foster State Park.
The Hike Inn — Georgia's only back-country lodge
The Len Foote Hike Inn at Amicalola Falls State Park is reached only by hiking a scenic five-mile trail through national forest. Since meals are included, guests carry only their personal items along the trail. Private rooms and a centrally located bathhouse with hot showers are provided.
Additional Unique Facilities
Fort Yargo State Park — Camp Twin Lakes operates Will-A-Way, serving people with physical and/or mental disabilities.
General Coffee State Park — The elegantly decorated Burnham House cottage is a romantic country retreat with a rocking-chair porch.
High Falls State Park — Primitive "Canoe to your Campsite" on High Falls Lake.
Mistletoe State Park — This rustic four-bed camper cabin is on Clarks Hill Lake.
Reed Bingham State Park — "Paddle-In Campsite" on Reed Bingham's lake.
Seminole State Park — Primitive treehouse-style camping features a screened shelter on stilts.
Smithgall Woods Cottages — This mountain retreat offers exceptional privacy on Dukes Creek, just outside Helen.
Unicoi State Park — Groups will enjoy covered Squirrel's Nest camping platforms in the woods.
Watson Mill Bridge State Park — Horse owners can rent log cabin bunkhouses near the equestrian camping area.
Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center — This center offers outdoor education programs, day camps, fishing, a conference center, banquet hall and lodging. Managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division, (770) 784-3152.