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Group Gatherings

Scouts & Youth Groups

Remember the thrill of exploring nature and the freedom of forgetting about your “inside voice”? What about the fun around a giant bonfire with all your best buddies? We have places where kids can, well, be kids! Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and other youth groups are encouraged to book our group facilities made just with them in mind. You’ll be in your own private area, with no worries of neighbors nearby.

Group Camps at Georgia State Parks


Group Camps — Reminiscent of an old-fashioned summer camp, these budget-friendly accommodations provide bunk beds, large kitchens, dining/assembly rooms, restrooms with hot showers, activity areas and, in some cases, swimming facilities. Group camps are found at A.H. Stephens, F. D. Roosevelt, Hard Labor Creek, Indian Springs, Kolomoki Mounds, Laura S. Walker, and Magnolia Springs state parks.

Pioneer Camping at Georgia State Parks


Pioneer Camps — Tent campers set up in these large, private areas found at most state parks. All come with pit toilets, most have water spigots, and some have covered picnic shelters and grills. These primitive campsites will not accommodate RVs or trailers and usually do not provide showers.

Groups Lodges at Georgia State Parks


Group Lodges — Found only at Cloudland Canyon and General Coffee state parks, a group lodge is one large facility with dormitory sleeping quarters for 12 to 50, restrooms with hot showers, and a kitchen and dining area. Guests provide their own linens.

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