Over 9,000 acres of Georgia woodlands are home to F. D. Roosevelt State Park, the largest such park in the state. A captivating destination year-round, FDR features a host of activities centered around exploring and appreciating the bounty of nature. 40+ miles of trails wind through F. D. Roosevelt State Park, the Pine Mountain Trail being the most popular among them. This 23 mile trail is ideal for backpacking and features a number of camping sites along its expanse.
Many visitors are surprised to find rolling mountains 80 miles southwest of Atlanta. Campers and day trippers alike find serenity in F. D. Roosevelt by fishing off docks, bird watching, and gathering in its many parks, pavilions and lake-side campgrounds.
For avid campers, multiple cottages, RV Parks, and tent sites are available for reservations. Want to explore the lakes? The Park Office at F. D. Roosevelt supplies every kind of rental you need to get out on the water, including jon boats, kayaks, aqua cycles, and canoes.