• Activities:

    Chillin, Camping, Photography, Kayaking, Hiking

  • Skill Level:

    Beginner

  • Season:

    Spring, Summer, Autumn

Bathrooms
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest
Picnic Area
Scenic
Wildlife

Feeling "swamped"? Take some time to immerse yourself in the Georgia wilderness and enjoy the park's unique landscape.

Stephen C. Foster State Park is a hot spot for Georgia wildlife. The swamps and bodies of water attract alligators, black bears, herons, turtles, and more. The park is ideal for birding or simply enjoying the sounds of nature. Choose from campsites, cottages, lodge, or pioneer camp for a cozy stay. Activities range from hiking to kayaking.

Get more information and book your campsite at http://gastateparks.org/StephenCFoster.

Pack List

  • Hiking shoes
  • Camp supplies
  • $ for passes
  • Binoculars
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Although Stephen C Foster state park is truly in the middle of nowhere, this has its benefits. The park hosts crazy amounts of wildlife, beautiful forests, and an unbeatable night sky. Camping here is your best bet to take advantage of all of these things. The tent and RV sites are very well kept and spacious. The cottages are also cozy and have all of your modern facilities, for a very reasonable price. For just $150 you can comfortably sleep 8 people.

about 1 year ago
about 1 year ago

Christian Murillo Explorer

My love for natural landscape photography is what first got me outside. Now, I can hardly stay indoors. My sense of adventure has led me to travel all over the US (mostly in the SE), and also drove me to complete a +42,000 mile trip around the world.

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