A. H. Stephens Historic Park finds its home in Crawfordville, Georgia. Built upon 1,177 acres, this recreational area and campground once housed the home of the Vice President of the Confederacy and was later the foundation for the Civilian Conservative Corps.
Situated near to the western portion of Augusta, this beloved historical site has many attractions to offer Fido and his family. Dogs are permitted to be with their owners on the grounds, but they must remain on a lead at all times. There are no on-site amenities supplied for dogs.
Owners should take care to bring drinking water to keep their dogs' thirst at bay. All canine waste disposal is the responsibility of each owner. Owners should carry bags on them at all times for this purpose. A. H. Stephens Historic Park is a private recreational space and camping area.
To access the grounds, visitors must first pay a parking fee of $5. There is an additional fee of $5 for admission to the property. Also available on the premises for rent by reservation only are cottages and campsites. A. H. Stephens Historic Park is home to 21 miles of trails for equestrian use.
Also housed on the grounds are stables, an event field, horseshoe pits, picnic shelters, and volleyball courts. The area is suitable for geocaching, boating, fishing, and hiking. For aficionados of history, there is a Confederate museum which details the history of the area and its most famous resident. There is also a full-service equestrian facility and a group campsite located directly by the lake.
Water sports equipment rentals are available for those interested in a kayak, canoe, or paddle boat. Bike rentals are also possible. All canine visitors to A. H. Stephens Historic Park must be up to date on vaccinations. A city dog license is also recommended. Looking for a new park to explore? Plan a trip to A. H. Stephens Historic Park!