Summer is flying by, but there's still plenty of time to go exploring in the great outdoors and maybe even do a little camping. There are dozens of state parks in Georgia that are perfect just for that, not to mention, very affordable. This Georgia state park Groupon camping deal will help you save on a little weekend escape—so grab your tent, sleeping bag, and take to the road.
You and your bestie or your boo thing can go camping at this park for two nights for just $35. This trip would normally run for $67, so this is a heck of a deal at nearly 50% off.
In the package, you'll also get a free one-hour bike rental as well as a free paddleboat rental for an hour. You won't be bored on this camping trip as you explore everything it has to offer from trails to water views.
With this park being just an hour and a half from Valdosta, guests who book this deal will also receive 20% off admission to Wild Adventures theme park to top it all off.
When you arrive at General Coffee, you'll notice the cypress swamps and huge trees that make for a scenic atmosphere. You can even do some fishing here if you fancy casting a line.
Georgia State Parks' website explains that the park is known for its agricultural history at the Heritage Farm, log cabins, corn crib, tobacco barn, cane mill, and many other exhibits.
There's even a farm where you can hang out with some animals including goats, sheep, chickens, pigs, and donkeys.
A long wooden boardwalk will wind you through the cypress forest and over the river to bring you a sense of tranquility. You'll feel like you've traveled thousands of miles away from the city, which is something everyone might need every now and then.
A $5 ParkPass is required as an extra purchase before you can enter the park and is not included in the Groupon deal, but it'll give you full access to General Coffee for your discounted stay.
General Coffee State Park
Address: 46 John Coffee Rd., Nicholls, GA
Why You Need To Go: You can camp out and explore this beautiful park for an adventurous weekend outdoors.
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