Georgia | Outdoor Adventures
Awaiting you in Georgia are exciting outdoor adventures such as hiking, hang-gliding, zip lining, mountain biking and white-water rafting. From our picturesque beaches and world-renown golf courses to mystical mountains, lakes and rivers, Georgia’s borders encompass some of the country’s most diverse and beautiful landscapes offering a variety of eco-friendly outdoor adventures for everyone.
Georgia State Parks offer 63 sites including 45 state parks, three state historic parks and 15 historic sites, stretching from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Colonial Coast. Together, the parks and sites have an exceptional variety of geography and history, including mountains, canyons, forests, fields, marshes, waterfalls, lakes, swamps, rivers, battlefields, historic homes and Native American settlements.
Explore woodlands, wetlands, islands and swamps in the beautiful Georgia backcountry. Hiking adventurers are drawn to Georgia for our wide variety of landscapes providing everything from challenging mountain climbs to relaxing nature trails. With options like the Appalachian and Bartram trails and beautiful destinations like the awe-inspiring Amicalola Falls and Brasstown Bald, Georgia’s Mountain region is filled with an exciting variety of peaks, valleys, rolling hills and wide plateaus.
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Georgia is a water wonderland with a vast system of rivers, lakes, wetland marsh, coast and even a swamp, offering many opportunities for you to raft, paddle and tube in Georgia. The state is sprinkled with pristine environments such as the swamp at the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, one of the oldest freshwater areas in the country. In north Georgia, the Chattooga River, Georgia’s only nationally designated “Wild & Scenic” river, offers class III to class V whitewater rafting. In south Georgia, the Altamaha River Trail, just over 100 miles long, is formed by the confluence of the Ocmulgee and Oconee Rivers.
Georgia boasts rich and unique experiences that are unparalleled.