The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is seeking comments on the master plan for Standing Boy Creek State Park in Muscogee County.
Public input was gathered last summer for the proposed 1,580-acre state park on Lake Oliver, which is part of the Chattahoochee River. The master plan includes cottages, RV and tent camping, lake view platform campsites, hiking and biking trails, disc golf, greenspace for gatherings such as festivals, and more. A meeting was held recently to present the master plan, and the DNR is now seeking feedback to the proposal. The public can view the plan and read about the park at www.GaStateParks.org, plus submit comments to Director.GSPHS@dnr.ga.gov.