National Parks in Georgia
Historic ruins, breathtaking seashores and lush green adventure await you in Georgia's National Parks.
National Historic Site, Andersonville, GA
National Scenic Trail, Maine to Georgia, CT, GA, MA, MD, ME, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, TN, VA, VT, WV
National Heritage Area
National Heritage Area, Augusta, Georgia
National Recreation Area, Atlanta, GA
This national park north of the city gives access to a 48-mile stretch of the Chattahoochee River. Residents of large northern suburbs like Marietta and Roswell can access the recreation area within minutes, while those living downtown or other coordinates along the cityâs perimeter can be there in less than an hour.
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Chickamauga & Chattanooga
National Military Park, Fort Oglethorpe, GA, TN
National Seashore, Saint Marys, GA
National Monument, St. Simons Island, GA
National Monument, Savannah, GA
Cultural Heritage Corridor, FL, GA, NC, SC
National Historic Site, Plains, GA
National Battlefield Park, Kennessaw, GA
Martin Luther King Jr.
National Historic Site, Atlanta, GA
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site
Take a journey through the struggles of the South, as well as the life and legacy of civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King Jr. The 35-acre historical site features King’s original gravesite and current tomb, the King Center and an International Civil Rights Walk of Fame that displays authentic shoe prints of civil rights leaders. We recommend taking a tour of King’s childhood home, Ebenezer Baptist Church and historic Fire Station No. 6 — one of the South’s first desegregated firehouses.
National Monument, Macon, GA
Trail of Tears
National Historic Trail, multiple states