Use your valid Hall County Library Card to check-out the Georgia State Park ParkPass. Use it for free parking at 46 State Parks (normally $5 per vehicle), plus admission for up to two people at 17 State Historic Sites (admission normally ranges from $2 to $12).
Each ParkPass kit is available for check-out for one week to allow for free entry for up to four visitors. The kit also includes a parking pass and guide booklet.
Planning is highly recommended as hours vary at States Parks and Historic Sites, with several operating under limited schedules due to tight budget. To learn more about healthy outdoor adventure ideas promoted by the DNR, visit www.getoutdoorsgeorgia.org. Along with the ParkPass, patrons may also check out a Discovery Backpack to use while camping, hiking, fishing, or a day of picnicking on a mountain or lakeside...
The Georgia State Park Discovery Backpack
Check out a State ParkPass Backpack Kit! This is a sturdy, five-pocket backpack stuffed with a pair of 5x30 binoculars, a guide to Georgia's State Parks & Historic Sites and foldout Pocket Naturalist Guides to Georgia Wildlife, Georgia Birds, and Georgia Trees and Wildflowers.
Georgia library patrons traveling to South Georgia will enjoy the DNR’s Go Fish Family Pass program. The Go Fish Passes provide free entry into the Perry-based Go Fish Education Center for up to six visitors on Fridays through Sundays. Each CCPLS branch received one Go Fish Pass per location.
Savings: up to $30