This Year-Round Campground In Georgia Is One Of America’s Most Incredible Dark Sky Parks

Stephen C. Foster State Park is one of the most beautiful state parks that Georgia has. Not only is this 80-acre island park filled with various wildlife, but it also acts as the primary entrance to one of Georgia’s seven natural wonders – Okefenokee Swamp. Overnight guests to Stephen C. Foster State Park have access to the campground, which features cabins, cottages, campsites, and more. But in case you’re debating whether or not your want to even spend the night in this state park, just wait until you see what the sky looks like after the sun sets.

Have you ever been to Stephen C. Foster State Park in Georgia before? Were you able to visit at nighttime? Share with us your experience in the comments section! Or if you want more information about how to reserve a campsite at this park as well as the availability, then check out the Reserve American website. You can also learn more about Stephen C. Foster State Park by visiting the Facebook Page.

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Address: Stephen C Foster State Park, 17515 GA-177, Fargo, GA 31631, USA