Are the National Parks in Georgia Worth Visiting?

When planning a road trip to explore America’s National Parks, you probably think of visiting Utah, California, or Arizona. After all, most of the “big name” parks are out West.

Although there aren’t as many national parks on the country’s eastern side, don’t sleep on what’s in Georgia. They may not be as popular or highly trafficked.

However, with fewer crowds, you’ll be able to enjoy the beauty and learn about the history and culture of these places with ease.

There are no national parks in the Peach State. But there are 12 locations with other National Park Service designations.

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Andersonville National Historic Site

The Andersonville National Historic Site was built during the Civil War to hold Union Army prisoners captured by Confederate soldiers.

Whether you’re looking to float, fish, or bike, the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is an outdoor lover’s paradise.

Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area

Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park

Follow history along the 80 miles of trails on foot in this national park in Georgia, by bike, or on horseback.

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