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Get Out to State Parks
As spring and summer settle in, the nearly 50 state parks flourish. Families gather to cave, hike, fish and geocache, while reunion parties make camp or rent lakeside cottages. The parks also host special events from golfing retreats to weddings.
The Department of Natural Resources, State Parks & Historic Sites also supports children as they get outdoors. You can review educational resources, and your children can learn how to earn badges through the Junior Ranger Program.
To learn more, sign up to receive the monthly state parks newsletter.
Image of Lighthouse on Sapelo Island
Photo Courtesy Department of Natural Resources, State Parks & Historic Sites
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Noralil Ryan Fores writes about business, taxes, elections and the environment for GeorgiaGov. She's a graduate of Florida State University's film school and Syracuse University's journalism program.