Visit The Smallest State Park In Georgia For An Autumn Adventure That Shouldn’t Be Missed

Most of us have been to the state parks in Georgia that are pretty humungous in size. I mean, even at 233-acres, Vogel State Park is a giant compared to this one. Many Georgians don’t even know that this small state park even exists, however, this autumn will open up the perfect opportunity to explore away from all the crowds and leaf peepers.

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The address for Moccasin Creek State Park is 3655 Highway 197, Clarkesville, GA 30523. The hours for the park are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. In order to find out more information about the park, or make a reservation for a campsite, visit the website.

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