Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites are blanketed with fall color right now. Kim Hatcher, Public Affairs Coordinator, encourages all Georgians to check out the Leaf Watch travel planner at www.gastateparks.org for a listing of the Top 10 Parks for Fall Color. That list includes nearby Cloudland Canyon and Fort Mountain. James H. “Sloppy” Floyd State Park is featured as a “Hidden Gem”.
Camp sites at parks around the state have a tendency to fill up quickly about this time of year. So now might be a good time to make reservations for next fall, indicates Hatcher. Those who opt to go camping during the week stand a better chance of finding availability.
Hatcher urges visitors to share their pictures of Fall color at the parks around state via social media with the hashtag #GaLeafWatch to possibly be featured in the 2021 photo gallery on the website.