Things to Know - ParkPass, Rules & More


Park and Historic Site Passes


Daily and annual passes available for parking at state parks.

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Historic Site Pass

Yearly admission to experience our state historic sites.

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Combo Pass

Save money with a park and historic site annual combo pass.

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Library Loan Program

Georgians with public library cards can check out a ParkPass and Historic Site Pass—much like checking out a book. The ParkPass exempts you from paying the daily $5 parking fee at state parks, and the Historic Sites Family Pass exempts up to 2 visitors from admission fees to state historic sites. Visit the Georgia Public Library to find libraries that carry our passes. Plan ahead, as supplies are limited.

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Rewards Program

Sign up for a rewards card in any park office to earn points toward free reservations.
Georgia State Park rewards program

Friends Membership

Friends memberships offer discounts on camping, cottages and more. You can find more information on the Friends of Georgia State Parks website.
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Seniors and Veterans

Seniors and Veterans may be eligible for discounts on reservations at our parks.
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Georgia’s State Parks & Historic Sites are committed to making facilities and programs accessible to everyone. All lodges have accessible rooms, meeting facilities and restaurants. Most parks offer accessible cottages, campsites, fishing piers, nature trails and picnic areas. The Will-A-Way Recreation Area at Fort Yargo State Park, operated by Camp Twin Lakes, is a fully accessible group camp accommodating up to 250 people. Since degrees of accessibility vary among the sites, visitors may find it helpful to call the park or historic site they plan to visit to ensure their needs can be met. Overnight guests should be specific about needs when making reservations.

Some of the more popular hard-surfaced trails can be found at: