Get Outside in Georgia – State Parks Printable

Get Outside in Georgia - State Parks Printable

When my husband and I decided to have kids, we knew instilling in them a love for travel and adventure would be one of our priorities. We love taking trips, discovering new places, exploring and playing at parks, and spending time outdoors. And while homework, extracurriculars, and their social lives certainly take a lot of space on our weekly calendars, we have never let go of prioritizing family adventures. And what we have found is that the effort spent on each adventure is well worth the memories made.

Georgia State Parks Outside

Luckily for us Georgia mamas, we don’t have to travel far to find a beautiful spot to explore! Georgia is home to almost 50 state parks – they cover the state north to south and east to west. We have beaches, mountains, lakes, rivers, and even swamps; spots for hiking, tubing, fishing, kayaking or canoeing, geocaching, or just breathing in the fresh air!

Atlanta Mom has put together a FREE Printable which includes all Georgia State Parks! A checklist to help track your adventures and plan where you will explore next. It’s no secret that spending time outdoors and happiness go hand in hand – so pick a park and get your happiness on!

Georgia State Park Checklist Printable

And while you are in adventure mode, check out this content round-up of outdoor fun from Atlanta Mom’s previous posts!

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Jessica is an adventure-loving, over-committing, and previously organized mother of 2! She and her husband (high school sweethearts) moved to Atlanta in 2006 after graduating college, ready to start their life in the “real world”. They have experienced so many wonderful life milestones while in Atlanta – lived in Buckhead pre-kids, bought a house in great Smyrna neighborhood, had their first child in 2011 (a spunky little girl, Vivian), welcomed their second child exactly 18 months later in 2012 (a creative and crazy little boy, Harrison), and most recently added a Golden Doodle named Winston into the mix. Jessica and her family have since moved to the burbs of Milton where you now find them past 2 horse farms on the right. Jessica has always loved being part of a community, so when the opportunity to join the Atlanta Mom executive team presented itself it was a no brainer! She loved it so much, in fact, that in 2021 she and Natalie joined forces to lead the team and continue connecting with awesome moms across the ATL!