Park and Historic Site Passes
Other Things To Know
- Outdoor Safety Tips
- Traveling with Pets
- Gift Cards
- Park Rules & Regulations
- Reservation Policies
- Don't Move Firewood
- Leave No Trace
- Natural Georgia
- Fishing Tackle Loaner Program
- Frequently Asked Questions
Senior & Military Discounts
Discounted passes must be purchased in person.
Seniors 62 and Older
- 50% off Annual ParkPass. Must present a copy of driver’s license.
- 20% discount on cottage rates (Sunday–Thursday, December 1–March 31): Limited to one cottage per stay.
- 20% discount on campsite rates (year-round): not valid for group camping. Discount applies only when vehicle is registered to a senior. Limited to one campsite per senior.
- 20% discount on yurt rates (year-round).
- 20% discount on golf green fees.
Senior discounts are not valid with any other promotions or discounts. The discount is limited to one accommodation per senior.
Disabled veterans who are Georgia residents AND present a Certificate of Eligibility card are entitled to a 25% discount on Annual ParkPasses, Friends Memberships, individual accommodations, recreation fees such as mini-golf and boat rental, golf fees and historic site admission. When making online reservations, the full fee will be charged to your credit card. Upon check-in and presenting your Certificate of Eligibility card, you will be reimbursed for your discount.
Disabled veteran discounts are established by Georgia Code 12-3-9.1. To receive your Certificate of Eligibility card, visit your nearest Veteran Field Service Office with a copy of your DD Form 214 and disability-rating letter. A Field Service Officer will submit a VSO 22 form on your behalf. After approval, the Georgia Department of Veterans Service will mail you a Certificate of Eligibility card. For more information, visit www.veterans.georgia.gov/field-offices.
Active duty and retired military—who are Georgia residents—are entitled to a 25% discount on the daily or Annual ParkPass. ID must be shown.
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.
Sign up for a rewards card in any park office to earn points toward free reservations.
Georgia State Park rewards program
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: