With More Than 9,000 Acres To Explore, Georgia’s Largest State Park Is Worthy Of A Multi-Day Adventure
There are so many state parks in the Peach State that it would take ages to visit them all, but a good place to start might be the largest state park in Georgia. Harris County’s F.D. Roosevelt State Park is an incredible 9,049 acres. Due to its large size, you’d be doing yourself a disservice if you tried to rush through in just one afternoon. Why not spend the weekend here and really immerse yourself in the beautiful surroundings? The park’s campground is a great place to spend the night so you can maximize your time spent in this amazing paradise.
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