Five state parks feature hotel-style lodges with comfortable guest
rooms, restaurants, meeting facilities and a variety of amenities.
These relaxing resorts are perfect for reunions, celebrations,
family vacations and meetings. In the north Georgia mountains,
you will find Amicalola Falls Lodge with its famous waterfall and
Unicoi Lodge near Alpine Helen.
Things to Know about Lodges
Just north of Atlanta is
Red Top Mountain Lodge on
Lake Allatoona. Conveniently
located in the middle of the
state, Little Ocmulgee Lodge
offers a championship golf
course. The more secluded
George T. Bagby Lodge in
southwest Georgia features
a championship golf
course and 48,000-acre
Lake Walter F. George.
The lodges range from 57
to 100 rooms, each with
wireless Internet, in-room television, telephone and
climate control. Handicapped-equipped and
non-smoking rooms, sleeping lofts, suites and golf
packages are available.
Fees, hours of operation and availability of facilities
are subject to change. Visit www.GeorgiaStateParks.org
or call the sites directly for the latest information.
Pets: Pets are not allowed in lodge rooms and kennels
are not provided.
Occupancy: Occupancy is limited to four in double
rooms and suites, and six in loft rooms.
Check-In: Check-in is 4 p.m. and check-out is 11 a.m.
Deposits and Cancellations: A deposit of the first
night’s fee is refundable with no penalty if a
cancellation is made
72 hours in advance.
Reservations are held for
guest arrival; therefore,
no-shows are charged
for one night’s lodging
plus applicable taxes.
Specials: Call the lodges
directly to ask about