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Victoria Bryant State Park

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Victoria Bryant State Park -Royston, Georgia

Photo by Betsy Kellenberger
Betsy Kellenberger Photography

     Victoria Bryant State Park is located in northeast Georgia, near Interstate 85 and the town of Franklin Springs. The Georgia Parks Service added a broad range of amenities here at the park, including campsites, picnic areas and pavilions, hiking trails and fishing ponds. A fairly recent idea has also enticed golfers to the park with an 18 hole course and driving range. Don't let the name fool you, the Highland Walk Golf Course does offer golf carts, as well as club rentals and pull carts.
      The park was first conceived by Paul E. Bryant in 1952, as he donated an initial 45 acres of land in memory of his mother. Pictured here is Rice Creek, a wonderful water feature that adds another touch of beauty to the park's 500 acres of rolling hills and natural forestland. Victoria Bryant State Park offers hiking trails which wind through the piedmont foothills and allow visitor a chance to spot area wildlife. This section of Georgia's piedmont area, a transition zone, is located between Georgia's highest mountains and South Carolina's coastal region.

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