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Turn over a new leaf at Georgia’s state parks

by The 100 Companies

Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources invites Georgians to explore the majesty of the state’s parks and historical sites during fall’s Turn Over a New Leaf event series.

Reed Bingham State Park in Adel, Georgia invites visitors to join a park ranger for a guided historical trail tour Nov. 4 from 6-7PM along the Little River.

Nature and art lovers will want to head to Pine Mountain’s F.D. Roosevelt State Park on Nov. 5 at 1PM to learn to paint with the unique canvas of bark.

Tallulah Gorge Park also hosts a campfire treat series through November.

– Jacqueline Gualtieri, The Georgia 100

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