Upon arrival, state park visitors pay a parking fee that helps fund campground renovations, group shelter construction, dock replacements and much more. Currently, the daily fee is $3. The daily ParkPass is valid at all state parks visited the same day, and overnight guests pay only one fee for the duration of their stay. The only exception is Tallulah Gorge State Park, which charges $4.
The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Areas, Stone Mountain, Corps of Engineers lakes, Jekyll Island and Lake Lanier are not state parks, therefore, they are not covered by the ParkPass.
|Friends of Panola...|
|is a chapter of the Friends of Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites. Friends is a non-profit organization and donations are tax deductible.
State Parks & Historic Sites is a division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. To learn more, call 770-975-7533 or 1-888-948-2092.
For information about the Friends of Panola, contact Elaine Nash at 770-922-7292 or Email
|Frequent park visitors can SAVE MONEY with a $30 Annual ParkPass that exempts them from paying the daily parking fee. The ParkPass is honored in all Georgia state parks. To purchase an annual ParkPass, visit any state park office or call 770-389-7401.
the Annual ParkPass is included with members to Friends of Panola. FOP members are also members of the Friends of Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites.
|Exceptions: Wednesdays are free parking days. Organized school groups, diners in lodge restaurants and attendees of day-long lodge meetings are exempt. Golfer parking is included in green fees. Large vans carrying 13 to 30 passengers pay $20 per day or may purchase an Annual ParkPass for $50. Buses or motorcoaches with a capacity of more than 30 passengers pay $50 per day or may purchase an annual pass for $200. However, those vehicles carrying overnight guests pay only the regular daily parking fee.