Georgia State Parks Clubs & Reward Programs

Love a challenge? We have several “clubs” that encourage you to get out and explore, while checking off a list and earning bragging rights. Take on these treks at your own pace—there’s no time limit. Once complete, you'll earn a members-only t-shirt!

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Hikers are encouraged to bring their four-legged friends and conquer these seven trails to earn a bragging rights t-shirt with matching bandana for your pup.

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Georgia’s Canyon Climbers Club is reserved for those few who can scale to the top of Amicalola Falls, explore the depths of Providence Canyon, brave the swinging bridge in Tallulah Gorge and face the daunting staircase in Cloudland Canyon.

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Break out your bicycle, helmet and stain-busting laundry detergent. Georgia State Park System’s Muddy Spokes Club challenges mountain bikers and casual cyclists to tackle 11 state parks and 69 miles of trails.

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Pick up your paddle to see Georgia’s rivers, mill ponds, lakes and even the celebrated Okefenokee Swamp. Join the Park Paddlers Club and go 22 miles through six state parks. New or experienced, there's plenty to explore on our waterways.

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Discover the joys of sleeping under the stars. If you want to try camping, but don’t know where to begin, we can help. Through our First-Time Camper program, you’ll borrow gear, get a lesson in Camping 101 and two nights’ accommodations. Anyone who has never camped in a Georgia State Park can qualify.

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Geocaching combines the fun of computer games with the thrill of an outdoor adventure. It's like a statewide treasure hunt played with a GPS device. You find the coordinates online, then set out to find the boxes, called caches, hidden in 43 Georgia state parks and 14 historic sites.