Where to see stars in Georgia

Where to see the STARS in Georgia! Observatories, Stargazing & Planetariums

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Good Dark Sky Locations to Visit Anytime
Have you been wondering where to find the best views of our night sky? Here are some excellent options for stargazers.

Blairsville – Brasstown Bald – More Information
Parking Fee $3
Brasstown Bald is the highest peak in Georgia. Atlanta Astronomy Club often uses Brasstown Bald as an observing location.

Fargo – Stephen C Foster State Park – More Information
State Park Parking Pass Required, $5 – Camping Available
According to ClearDarkSky, this Okefenokee park is one of the best viewing locations in Georgia: The sky is crowded with stars, extending to the horizon in all directions. In the absence of haze the M.W. can be seen to the horizon. Clouds appear as black silhouettes against the sky. Stars look large and close.

Fort Valley – Calvary Chapel Hearland – More Information & Directions
Middle Georgia Astronomical Society Observation Property

Mansfield – Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center – More Information
Jon Wood Astronomy Field at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center. Camping is available for a fee.

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2 thoughts on “Where to see the STARS in Georgia! Observatories, Stargazing & Planetariums

  1. Fernbank Science Center and Coca Cola Space Science Center I haven’t been to. They both sound like fun and I’ll try to make a trip to at least Fernbank since I hear a lot about it. Thanks Candy!

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