Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites have much to offer those who have yet to finish up that Christmas shopping, as stated by Kim Hatcher, Public Affairs Coordinator, who adds that customers may shop in person at parks around the state and online at www.gastateparks.org. The options include gift cards and 2022 annual passes, in addition to scratch off posters which are only available at the parks.
Hatcher muses that gift cards from Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites are great stocking stuffers which bestow upon all recipients the gift of mountains, waterfalls, and even the Okefenokee Swamp.
Parks will be open on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day for those in search of a nature break from the holiday hustle and bustle, attests Hatcher, who also states that some parks will host First Day Hikes on January 1st.
Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites’ ’22 Travel Guide is now available on the website and at the parks/historic sites; call 1-800-864-7275 for delivery by mail.