Great Georgia Father's Day Giveaway

Enter to win a Georgia State Parks ParkPass for Father’s Day

Great Georgia Father's Day Giveaway
Father’s Day Giveaway in honor of David Cook 1957-2011

The Third Annual Great Georgia Father’s Day Giveaway is sponsored entirely by awesome companies and organizations dedicated to getting outside and exploring, together. We’re giving away $200 in prizes for Father’s Day in honor of David Cook (1957-2011). Learn more & enter to win other prizes!

Friends of Georgia State Parks Annual ParkPass

Crooked River State Park
Crooked River State Park

As residents of Georgia, our State Parks have served our adventurous spirits well. We’ve explored nature, history, and our home by visiting many of the sites in our parks system. These parks have given us so much its impossible to repay. The Annual ParkPass is a great value for families like ours, that want to get outside and play! We’re lucky, in Georgia, because there are so many different landscapes to visit. Whether you’re heading to the beach, escaping to the mountains, climbing canyons, or kayaking the wetlands there’s a Georgia State Park waiting for you. I recently wrote about the amazing value of being a ParkPass holder. Check it out!

Things to do outdoors in Georgia June 2015 Sweetwater Creek
Sweetwater Creek State Park

I cannot express enough thanks to Friends of Georgia State Parks for sponsoring an annual ParkPass to this Father’s Day Giveaway that means so much to my family. Thank you, Friends!! I will be supporting you for years to come. 

You can enter by commenting the state park you love to explore with Dad and tweeting a message to your followers using the rafflecopter form, below. Enter everyday! Winner will be notified within 24 hours of drawing and has 24 hours to claim their prize. Prize will ship from Happy Trails Wild Tales Headquarters in Georgia. Don’t forget to enter the other drawings. 

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10 thoughts on “Enter to win a Georgia State Parks ParkPass for Father’s Day

    1. Awesome. Amicalola is excellent. There is an approach trail to the Appalachian Trail, from Amicalola. Plus, Hike Inn!! Good luck.

  1. I recently went to Sweetwater Creek and loved it. There was a variety of things that you could do there as a family. I esp enjoyed the hike to the ruins.

    1. Congratulations! You’ve won my favorite giveaway – the Annual ParkPass to Georgia State Parks!!! Happy Father’s Day.

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