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National Parks

Explore America’s national parks. Discover our most treasured places, supported by people like you, and start your travel planning here by finding your park.

  • Andersonville National Historic Site

    Andersonville National Historic Site serves as a memorial to all American prisoners of war throughout the nation's history.

  • Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area

    The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is a great place for a picnic, a leisurely walk, or boating on a sunny afternoon.

  • Cumberland Island National Seashore

    Cumberland Island is Georgia's largest and southernmost barrier island, full of pristine maritime forests, undeveloped beaches, and wide marshes.

  • Fort Frederica National Monument

    Spanish and British forces clashed on St. Simons Island. Fort Frederica's troops defeated the Spanish, ensuring Georgia's future as a British colony.

  • Fort Pulaski National Monument

    Fort Pulaski National Monument and its rifled cannon serve as a landmark in the history of military science and invention during the Civil War

  • Jimmy Carter National Historical Park

    President Carter's boyhood home captures the foundation of family and faith, which would be central to his commitment to public service.

  • Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

    Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park showcases the rich and cultural history of Civil War where over 67,000 soldiers died in Atlanta.

  • A yellow two-story home with green and brown trim. A handful of steps lead to a covered porch.
    Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park

    Known simply as 'M.L.' by his family, it was in these surroundings of home, church and neighborhood that Martin Luther King, Jr. experienced his childhood.

  • Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park

    Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park is a prehistoric Native American site, valuable during the Paleo-Indian period for its bounty of Ice Age mammals.