Explorers on a mission to visit all of Georgia’s State Parks and Historic Sites have a new way of tracking their travels.
The state’s new travel-tracking keepsake passport offers guests a convenient way to document their journey as they explore the state from mountains to marshes. It is available for $12.99 in park gift shops.
Parking in Georgia’s State Parks is $5 per visit, and visitors can buy a $50 annual ParkPass that helps fund renovations, trail work, dock replacements and more.
ParkPasses are not valid at state historic sites. Overnight guests pay the daily ParkPass fee only once during their stay, regardless of duration.