The gently rolling hills of Georgia's upper Piedmont make a fantastic destination all year round. And if you're thinking of taking a family camping vacation in this beautiful part of the world, Victoria Bryant State Park is well worth a closer look.
Located near Franklin Springs, this 502-acre park is one of the undiscovered gems of Georgia's state parks system. A picture-perfect stream meanders its way through the park, offering a wonderful backdrop to your stay.
There's a short nature trail that offers a relaxing stroll through this beautiful countryside, while hikers seeking more of a challenge can tackle the longer perimeter trail. There are two ponds open for public fishing, as well as three playgrounds and a swimming pool that's open during summer.
Victoria Bryant State Park even has its own golf course, the Highland Walk Golf Course. Boasting a steep and challenging layout, it draws keen golfers from far and wide.
When you're ready to settle down for the night, the park offers a small but tidy campground with campsites for tents, trailers, and RVs. Your canine companion is welcome to join you in the campground if you believe that no holiday is complete without your canine pal. A $5 parking fee applies, while camping fees vary depending on the type of site you select.
If you're traveling with your pet, please remember to abide by all park rules and regulations, including sticking to those areas of the park designated as pet-friendly. You'll also need to ensure that your dog remains leashed and under control at all times, and that you never forget to clean up after your furry friend.
Victoria Bryant State Park combines beautiful scenery and abundant recreational opportunities with an atmosphere that's refreshingly relaxing. It may not be the biggest or best-known of Georgia's state parks, but it's still well worth checking out if you ever get the chance.