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Kolomoki Mounds State Park

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Kolomoki Mounds

Kolomoki Mounds State Park, Georgia

Take a moment to soak in the amazing history on these grounds, with Native American traces dating back thousands of years. Once you've got your fill of history, take to either of the lakes where a Read more...
Take a moment to soak in the amazing history on these grounds, with Native American traces dating back thousands of years. Once you've got your fill of history, take to either of the lakes where a tranquil ambiance is the perfect backdrop from some good old-fashioned fishing. Seek refuge in the shade of the lofty trees near the campground for a picnic, then head out on the Trillium Trail for a brisk hike. Once you're ready to cool down, you'll appreciate the swimming complete with a lakeside beach (and we hear it's that much better with a can of cool beer by your side). Come back to society with a game of putt putt golf, and don't forget to drive by the town of Albany for some delicious eats. This place is bomb diggity, guys.
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