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Georgia State Parks

Memorial Day Discount Information

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Annual ParkPass military discounts of 25% are available to active military and VETERANS.

Disabled veterans who are Georgia residents AND present a Certificate of Eligibility card are entitled to a 25% discount on Annual ParkPasses, individual or family Friends Memberships, individual accommodations, picnic shelters, recreation fees such as mini-golf and boat rental, golf fees and historic site admission. When making online reservations, the full fee will be charged to your credit card. Upon check-in and presenting your Certificate of Eligibility card, you will be reimbursed for your discount.

Disabled veteran discounts are established by Georgia Code 12-3-9.1. To receive your Certificate of Eligibility card, visit your nearest Veteran Field Service Office with a copy of your DD Form 214 and disability-rating letter. A Field Service Officer will submit a VSO 22 form on your behalf. After approval, the Georgia Department of Veterans Service will mail you a Certificate of Eligibility card.


Veterans Day Weekend Discounts
November 7-9
For all active duty and veterans with ID.

30% military discount off camping & cabins

Plus 50% military discount off off bike rental, boat rental and mini-golf, where available*.

Discount applied at check-in. Must show photo ID. Valid for new reservations only. Based on availability.

No additional discounts apply. *Some parks with concessionaires, such as Fort Mountain, may not offer activity discounts, so call ahead to confirm.
The Georgia State Parks System began in 1931, with the reorganization of the State
Board of Forestry. The reorganization act created a Commission to administer the Department of Forestry and Geological Development. Under this department, the Forestry Board established two parks; Indian Springs and Vogel which were called, "Forest Parks." This began a system which soon grew to five parks with the addition of Santo Domingo (now Boys Estate) near Hofwyl-Broadfields Plantation), Alexander H. Stephens, Chehaw (currently a local park) and Pine Mountain (now F. D. Roosevelt).

The system currently contains 64 units with over 64,000 acres of publicly owned land.
Military Discount: Yes Ships APO/FPO: N/A
Military Veteran Owned: N/A Parking:
Accepts Credit/Debit Cards: Yes Delivery: N/A
Kid Friendly: Yes
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