By MARIE NESMITH
Encouraging space residents to “keep a copy in your glovebox for highway journeys,” Kim Hatcher is marketing the launch of the “2021 Guidebook to Ga Condition Parks & Historic Websites.”
“Parks all across the region observed attendance soar in 2020 when individuals had been searching to get outside,” said the general public affairs coordinator for the Ga Division of Normal Resources’ Parks, Recreation and Historic Internet sites Division. “One silver lining from this has been sharing our parks with men and women who had in no way visited just before.
“That’s why I’m thrilled to have the 2021 available now. Folks can flip as a result of and come across new locations to examine.”
Along with maps of the state’s venues, the booklet highlights fishing spots, golf courses, cabins, campsites and hiking trails.
“A map reveals the location of all 64 condition parks and historic websites, and a specific chart would make it uncomplicated to discover which web sites have unique things to do,” Hatcher explained. “We also bundled numerous photographs from visitors who gave us permission to share their Instagram photos. Both Purple Major Mountain and Etowah Indian Mounds have photographs taken by guests.”
The complimentary travel information can be obtained at park places of work or considered on the web at GaStateParks.org.
According to a Georgia State Parks’ information launch, “Frequent visitors may well also want to buy new 2021 passes. A $50 Annual ParkPass gives free of charge parking at more than 40 places, including Fort Yargo, Tallulah Gorge and Providence Canyon.
“The individual Historic Website Move handles admission charges at 15 web-sites, such as Etowah Indian Mounds, Dahlonega Gold Museum and Fort King George. The Historic Web site Pass is $25 for learners and $50 for families.”