Now offering 20 completely renovated and spacious cabins, Georgia’s second-largest state park offers a budget-friendly way to escape to the great outdoors with friends and family. All cabins include separate bedrooms, full kitchens, working fireplaces, and comfortable screened-in porches complete with rocking chairs.
Not only can guests enjoy time outside at their own cozy firepits, but Hard Labor Creek State Park also features a popular golf course, two lakes, a sand beach, 20+ miles of trails for hiking, biking or horseback riding, putt-putt golf, and a robust events calendar during most seasons.
Several cabins are pet-friendly, and there are even stable rentals for horses! For a 360 degree tour of one of the Park’s cabins, click here.
Hard Labor creek also offers more than 50 tent, trailer, and RV campsites, group shelters, and pioneer campgrounds. For full information, visit Hard Labor Creek.
Georgia State Parks understands the importance of social distance during this time. Among other health and safety precautions for COVID-19, the Park provides options for self-check-in, online payment and does not charge separate cleaning fees.
Find out more about COVID-19 and Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites, here: gastateparks.org/Alerts.
So much space...
One of the best things about Hard Labor Creek State Park is the vastness of it all, but that can also be a bit of a drawback. I would prefer to park my car and just let the kids go on their bikes or walk to the beach, the mini-golf, etc., but depending on where you are staying, it can be quite a trek to the beach on busy roads, but then, having so much space can be the best part of the park too.