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Most of the Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites have identified their “hidden gems” – those special attributes, trails or unusual elements that make them special. Some of these are available for anyone to see them (as long as you know what to look for) and others are only available through guided walks at certain times of the year. Below is a list of the hidden gems for each park, as well as a link to the special “Hidden Gem” events happening throughout the year.

Hidden Gems at Georgia State Parks

The Sweetwater Creek red trail hikes to the civil war mill ruins near Atlanta

Sweetwater Red Trail: Hiking at Sweetwater Creek The Sweetwater Creek red trail hikes to the civil war mill ruins near Atlanta

Side view of Concord Bridge, Smyrna, Georgia. The Concord Bridge is 131.7 feet long and 16 feet wide. It was built in 1872. This bridge is open to traffic and is located over Nickajack Creek.<--This is in my neighborhood. And people tease me for living OTP :)

Side view of Concord Bridge, Smyrna, Georgia. The Concord Bridge is feet long and 16 feet wide. It was built in This bridge is open to traffic and is located over Nickajack Creek.<--This is in my neighborhood. And people tease me for living OTP :)

"Providence Canyon State Park - *Lumpkin, Stewart County, Georgia*"  |Erosion resulting from poor agricultural management in the early 1800's led to the formation of the "Little Grand Canyon" of Georgia. Some gullies in the Providence Canyon State Park are more than 125 feet deep. It is considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia.|~|Photograph by John A. Kelley, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (http://Soil Science) - March 27 2008 - Stewart County, Georgia|'h4d'

Providence Canyon State Park in Lumpkin, Georgia. Backpacking trails and back country camp sites.

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Watson Mill Bridge State Park in Comer, GA is one of the most picturesque state parks in Georgia. Watson Mill Bridge contains the longest covered bridge in the state, spanning 229 feet across the South Fork River.

We are so excited to partner with Georgia State Parks for another year of advenure in 2016. In honor of that partnership, we updated our bucket list and decided to share it with you! How many of these can you mark off your list?

52 awesome & affordable things to do at Georgia State Parks

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Marble Mine  above ground cave This short hike to a secret aboveground cave will change your life.

Hiking To This Aboveground Cave In Georgia Will Give You A Surreal Experience

Marble Mine, GA, above ground cave This short hike to a secret aboveground cave will change your life.

De Leon Springs State Park — De Leon Springs, near Orlando Home to the Old Spanish Sugar Mill, known for its popular make-them-yourself pancakes, this state park also has a four-mile looping hiking trail and is home to Ponce De Leon’s fabled Fountain of Youth. floridastateparks.org/deleonsprings

De Leon Springs State Park — De Leon Springs, near Orlando Home to the Old Spanish Sugar Mill, known for its popular make-them-yourself pancakes, this state park also has a four-mile looping hiking trail and is home to Ponce De Leon’s fabled Fountain of Y

3. Cloudland Canyon State Park, Rising Fawn, GA

10 Amazing State Parks In Georgia That Will Knock Your Socks Off

3. Cloudland Canyon State Park, Rising Fawn, GA

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