This Unique Georgia State Park Is One Of The Best Spots For Stargazing In The State
One of the best things about the rural areas of the Peach State is the many opportunities we have to stargaze. Our cities are great, but when you’re far from the urban lights, there are few things more magical than looking up at the infinite night sky and seeing all those magnificent stars up above you. One of our favorite places for admiring the night sky in Georgia is Stephen C. Foster State Park. This is an amazing part of the state: not only do you have unprecedented stargazing opportunities that are some of the best in the country, but you also can access the Okefenokee Swamp, one of the great natural wonders of Georgia.
For more information about camping at this fantastic state park, check out the reservation site or Georgia State Parks website.
Address: Stephen C Foster State Park, 17515 GA-177, Fargo, GA 31631, USA
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