Georgia has been dubbed the 'Bass Capital of the World,' and Mistletoe State Park is part of this great fishing tradition. It's an undiscovered gem that offers the perfect spot for secluded fishing. Georgia state parks provide a Fishing Tackle Loaner Program so that novice anglers can easy and affordably rent equipment.
Mistletoe State Park cabins provide the perfect base to get out and about in nature, but also provide a great place for kids to learn about conservation and the wildlife of the park. Programs range from Pre-K to 5th Grade, and include scavenger hunts and animal tracking. Further events held in the part are Jr. Rangers held in September and May, and Earth Day in April.
Kind of like an outdoor treasure hunt, geocaching will keep kids entertained for hours. Using GPS and coordinates, families can scour Mistletoe State Park for hidden treasures tucked away in the wilderness.