Last updated 12/27/23 9:40 am
The State of Georgia is preparing for sub-freezing temperatures to move through toward the end of the week. To assist homeowners who may lose power and stranded motorists, Georgia State Parks are opening warming stations for public use. These shelters have restrooms but no food or bedding. ParkPass fees will be waived for those using warming stations. To find a full list of warming stations and their availability, please refer to the map and spreadsheet below.
*Shelters with generators or fireplaces. Contact one of the below parks to check for warming shelter availability.
For more information on reserving available campsites or cabins, please visit our Reservation page. Be sure to check the map above for park closures or parks that may be impacted by the storm.
Georgia State Parks Reservations
Equestrian Facilities Available At:
- A. H. Stephens State Park
- General Coffee State Park
- Hard Labor Creek State Park
- Watson Mill Bridge State Park
- For food and water points of distribution locations and other information please go to:
Georgia Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency Website.
- List of shelters: http://www.gema.ga.gov
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR), which operates state parks, is working closely with Georgia Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security (GEMA) to ensure public safety. The DNR and GEMA encourage Georgians to prepare for and stay informed about current and developing weather conditions. Park guests and visitors can check GaStateParks.org, Facebook (GeorgiaStateParks) and Twitter (@GaStateParks) for more information. For preparedness information, go to www.fema.gov/locations and for information regarding the state’s overall preparedness efforts, go to www.gema.ga.gov.