Giveaway: Georgia State Parks Annual Family Membership

UPDATE: Winner is Sarah Peay Baxter! Congratulations Sarah!

georga-state-park-lodgesThis week, SouthernMamas is giving away: one Friends of Georgia State Parks Annual Family Membership, which includes two annual park/historic site passes, two free rounds of golf OR two camping nights, and one adult/one child SAM shortline ticket and special park discounts.  Here’s how to win.

leafwatchFall is here – the perfect time to enjoy Georgia’s fall colors and get the family fit and moving. What could be better than hiking through freshly fallen leaves at our Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites? Share your favorite part of fall and the harvest season by posting a fall photo on the SouthernMamas Facebook fan page for a chance to win a Friends Of Georgia State Parks Annual Family Membership. Click here to go the SouthernMamas Facebook fan page.

This year Georgia State Parks is partnering with the Georgia Forestry Commission to provide weekly updates on the best places to see foliage this Fall, you can check it out at Plan a fall foliage weekend with the family. Georgia State Parks & Lodges offer a variety of comfortable hotel-style lodge rooms at affordable prices. Or, simply head out for the day, park fees are just $5 per day and there are tons of recreational offerings for the entire family, from hiking and biking trails, to canoeing, kayaking and golf, there is an activity to fit every lifestyle. Best of all you can enjoy the tranquility of the great outdoors in style with a comfortable bed and hotel-style amenities.

About Leaf Watch
To help leaf peepers plan their fall escapes, Georgia’s State Parks have launched “Leaf Watch 2010” in partnership with Georgia Forestry Commission to track fall color as it moves across the Peach State and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Whether heading north for hiking and waterfalls or south for canoeing and camping, “Leaf Watch 2010” offers advice on where to find the best color at Georgia’s state parks. Found at throughout October and November, travelers can get updates on fall color, learn safe hiking tips, and make reservations for the many campsites, cottages and lodge rooms offered at Georgia’s state parks. New this year is a partnership with Georgia Forestry Commission and a webcam at Black Rock Mountain State Park near Clayton, Ga. Expert foresters will advise travelers about overall color, specific tree species and even the weather’s effect on leaf watching. The webcam will provide a glimpse of color progressing across the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Deadline to enter to win is Sun. Oct. 31. We’ll announce the winner here Sunday.

UPDATE: Winner is Sarah Peay Baxter!

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