GA State Parks & Historic Sites
Get out. Get dirty. Get fit.
With a valid library card you can borrow a Georgia State Parks Annual ParkPass and an individual Historic Sites Visitors Pass for up to 7 days. The ParkPass exempts you from paying the daily parking fee at state parks and the Historic Sites Visitors Pass exempts up to four visitors from admission fees to any state historic site in the state.
A copy of the Guide to Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites featuring descriptions, photos, directions and a map of all locations is available upon request.
So take your family or yourself to a state park or historic site and see how much fun being outdoors can be. Come discover the treasures of Georgia in your own backyard.
For more information about this program, ask your librarian.
For more information about Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites visit www.GeorgiaStateParks.org.
For more information about outdoor activities and events visit www.GetOutdoorsGeorgia.org.
How it Works
- The passes are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk. The checkout period is 7 days.
- Hang the Park Pass from the rearview mirror of your car instead of paying $3 for a State Park parking pass.
- Show the Historic Sites pass at the entrance to a Historic Site to gain free entry for up to 4 people.
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if I keep the Park Pass or Historic Sites Pass longer than 7 days?
There is a $3/day fine for an overdue pass. Fines can be paid at the Circulation Desk.
What happens if I lose the Park Pass or Historic Sites Pass?
The replacement cost of the Park Pass is $50. The replacement cost of the Historic Sites Pass is $50. Fines can be paid at the Circulation Desk.