Georgia State Parks Launches New Rewards Card Program Effective January 1
ATLANTA, December 11, 2017 – Strap on the hiking boots and start the new year off on the right foot by earning reward points through Georgia State Parks & Historic Site’s new Rewards Card Program. Starting January 1, state parks guests will be eligible to reap the benefits from reserving accommodations, shelters and many other facilities at most Georgia State Parks, all while savoring the family time spent hiking, exploring, and reconnecting around a campfire in Georgia’s great outdoors.
Guests can get ready to earn big, and have fun while doing so. Those who sign up for the new Rewards Card Program will receive 10 points for every dollar that is spent on overnight accommodations, day-use facilities and other reservable items at a number of state park locations. Visitors will begin earning points on new reservations as soon as they are enrolled in the program and present their card.
Once accumulated, points can be redeemed for free overnight stays, group shelters and many other facilities at most state parks. Guests have freedom over when they would like to use their points and can use them as they earn them, or save them up for higher rewards or a longer stay. Rewards vary depending on the number of points customers have earned and include anything from a group shelter rental to a free night stay in a yurt.
Guests can sign up for the new rewards program at any park office. Upon joining the new rewards card program, guests will receive one card and two keychain tags for the household.
Visitors who were previously part of the RV & GeoCamping Program need not to worry about losing benefits. Customers will have one year from December 31, 2017 until December 31, 2018 to redeem their brochures and free nights. For all details regarding the new Rewards Card Program, visit GaStateParks.org/Rewards.
About Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites
Georgia’s State Parks & Historic Sites are affordable destinations for vacations and quick getaways. Waterfalls and lakes, salt marsh and mountains are just some of the beautiful environments of the state parks. Georgia State Park Golf Courses offer the best variety and value around. With eight golf courses to choose from, each feature natural settings and picturesque surroundings, as well as fun and challenging play. Most state parks offer fishing, boating, hiking, camping, geocaching, birding and more. Accommodations include campsites, cabins, lodges, even yurts, and vary by park. Among the Georgia State Historic Sites are presidential homes, ancient Indian mounds, battlefields, plantations and even a gold museum. Georgia’s public libraries have ParkPasses and Historic Site Passes that can be checked out like a book. More information can be found at, GaStateParks.org.