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NGCT Campus Tour and Cornhole

Establishing shots of NGCT buildings and signage. Camping tents, a driving tour of the grounds, and a game of cornhole.

July 8, 2013

Camping Deal at Georgia State Parks

Just in time for Spring Break camping trips, Georgia State Parks has announced a new incentive program for campers and geocachers. The GeoCamp Loyalty Program enables campers to earn a free night of...

April 1, 2013

Camping

Camping was once simply a way life in America. The campsite was either a dwelling or just a place to bed down for the night. Early explorers, hunters, travelers and "cowboys of the old west" set up...

March 10, 2008

Journey Down the Altamaha River

The Altamaha River of southeast Georgia is often called the "Little Amazon" for its exotic beauty and its astounding biodiversity. Kayak Guide Michael Gowen, of SouthEast Adventure Outfitters, will...

March 5, 2008

Coastal Camping

GPB's own Coastal Naturalist, Cathy Sakas, will join the Georgia Outdoors crew and together we'll set out on a camping adventure traveling up the coast of Georgia. We'll start by taking the ferry to...

March 5, 2008

How to Never Spend a Weekend at Home

Any weekend throughout the year offers plenty of outdoor recreation opportunities in Georgia. Mild winters and long springs and falls invite Georgians to do everything from rafting and hiking to...

January 3, 2008

Above 4000 Feet

North Georgia is home to the southern end of the Appalachian mountain range, and while most of our peaks aren't quite as tall as those mountains to the north, a few reach heights of over 4,000 feet....

October 4, 2007

Family Camping

Georgia Outdoors explores the timeless bond that family camping has to offer. We follow the Fairbanks family as they enjoy a mountaintop tour by horseback, test their reels in a kids' fishing...

September 28, 2007