Georgia's National Parks
Explore the Park Sites of the Peach State
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Blending a rich mixture of history, scenic beauty, and pleasant outdoor recreation, Georgia is a dream destination. The American south offers travelers a chance to visit authentic Civil War battle sites, and explore impressive national parks – Georgia has its fair share.
With 11 National Parks seeing nearly 7.5 million annual visitors, Georgia's landscape is diverse. From the battle sites to seaside attractions along Cumberland Island National Seashore, there's much to see and do. Georgia is also home to three National Heritage Areas, 11 National Natural Landmarks, and 48 National Historic Landmarks.
The Jimmy Carter National Historic Site yields a full day of exploration and insights into the life and political career of Jimmy Carter, the 39th U.S. President. The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site features impressive displays across multiple structures and outdoor areas – you can also tour his boyhood home.