Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites

Go "Glamping" at Georgia State Parks

Collage of Yurt Interior/Exterior Yurts are a Unique and Cozy "Glamping" Experience!

Want to spend the weekend in the woods but don't want to sleep in a tent? Try "glamping"—or glamour camping—in a yurt.

Made of wood and canvas, yurts feature a deck, picnic table and grill/fire ring outside. Inside you will find furniture to sleep six, electrical outlets, large windows and locking doors. A water spigot is located outside. All you need to bring are sleeping bags or linens, cooking utensils, a cooler, food, and family or friends.
  • Bathhouse with hot showers and flush toilets is within walking distance.
  • Futons fold out to full-size mattresses. Guests should bring linens (or sleeping bags) and pillows.
  • A fire ring/grill and picnic table are provided outside, so you can enjoy a campfire. Cooking is not allowed inside the wooden yurt. 
  • Maximum stay is 14 nights.
  • Maximum occupancy is six people (five at High Falls). Bunk mattresses and convertible couches included.
  • Pets are not allowed in or around yurts.
  • A ceiling fan, small heater, screened windows and electrical outlets are provided. Please do not bring portable air conditioners. Portable fans and space heaters are allowed.
  • Quiet hours are 10 p.m.–7 a.m.

Yurt Locations

Cloudland Canyon State Park—10 yurts
706-657-4050
122 Cloudland Canyon Park Road
Rising Fawn, GA  30738

High Falls State Park—6 yurts
478-993-3053
76 High Falls Park Drive
Jackson, GA 30233

Red Top Mountain State Park—1 yurt
770-975-4226
50 Lodge Road, S.E.
Cartersville, GA 30121

Fort Yargo State Park—6 yurts
770-867-3489
210 S. Broad Street
Winder, Georgia 30680

Tugaloo State Park—6 yurts
706-356-4362
1763 Tugaloo State Park Road
Lavonia, GA 30553

Sweetwater Creek State Park—10 yurts
1750 Mt. Vernon Road
Lithia Springs, GA 30122


 
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