FDR State Park, Pine Mountain, Georgia Video

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Sit back, relax and enjoy this video presentation showing Roosevelt State Park, also known as the FDR State Park, Pine Mountain, Georgia.

You’ll be happy you did! Travel has never been so laid back and dreamy!

Located far below the Savannah River Bridge, Georgia’s largest state park covers 9,049 acres, making it a hiking and backpacking paradise.

A Video Walk Through of the Beautiful FDR State Park, Pine Mountain, Georgia

Trails wind through hardwoods and pines, crossing creeks and passing small waterfalls on more than 40 miles of trails, including the popular 23-mile Pine Mountain Trail. Located 80 miles southwest of Atlanta, rolling mountains surprise many visitors.

At Dowdell’s Knob, above King’s Gap, President Franklin D. Roosevelt often picnicked and pondered world affairs. At the overlook, a life-size sculpture of the president greets visitors.

Things to Do at the Georgia Park

Georgia presents this magnificent state park with a beautiful lake for:

  • fishing,
  • canoeing,
  • kayaking,
  • paddle boating,
  • biking and hiking trails
  • photo opportunities
  • and horse back riding.

And, you’ll find a few plaques to read.

So, you might want to pause the video to read everything before proceeding to the next frame.

Thanks for watching this Pine Mountain, Georgia video about Roosevelt State Park and be sure to come back real soon ya’ll!

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