These Georgia state parks are packed with fall adventures

Things to know about Georgia state parks.State park visitors pay $5 daily.There is a Library Loan Program that allows you to check out a ParkPass and Historic Site Pass, which offers exemptions from daily pass fees. .The parks offer various lodging for campers including yurts, cottages and lodges. .There are also historic sites including President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Little White House

If your fall bucket list has you looking to #optoutside, Georgia state parks have you covered. From a backcountry inn to horseback riding and even a haunted hayride, there is no shortage of things to do during autumn in the peach state.

Check out these five activities for the ultimate fall adventure:

Book a stay at the Hike Inn, a backcountry lodge in Amicalola Falls State Park

Just a few hours north of Atlanta, Amicalola Falls State Park is home to Georgia’s tallest waterfall and to the unique Hike Inn Trail. The five-mile trail winds through the park to reach the Len Foote Hike Inn, a backcountry inn that’s only accessible by hiking the path.

The Inn’s secluded location serves as the perfect destination for anyone looking to enjoy peace and quiet from the everyday hustle and bustle of modern life. Its four main buildings offer twenty private guest rooms, hot showers, family-style dining and stunning views.

Get adventurous and join the Canyon Climbers Club

If you’re the “I only want to participate if I get a T-shirt” type, join Georgia’s Canyon Climbers Club. They’ll send a shirt to wear as you ascend to the top of Amicalola Falls, explore Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon” (Providence Canyon), cross the swinging bridge in Tallulah Gorge and master the stairs in Cloudland Canyon. There is no time limit to finish, and you’ll also receive a checklist to keep track of your accomplishments.

Go horseback riding at F.D. Roosevelt State Park

Gallop through the Georgia countryside with the help of a Roosevelt Stables-guided horseback tour at F.D. Roosevelt State Park. There are 28-miles of trails to explore and plenty of experiences to choose from, including a wine and cheese ride every Saturday and Sunday in November (except Thanksgiving weekend).

Explore new heights with Tree Climb Excursions at Panola Mountain State Park

Take in autumn colors with a fresh perspective when you sign up for tree-climbing excursions at Panola Mountain State Park. Tree Climb Excursions provides a unique opportunity to view fall colors from high among the treetops, with introductory climbs, group events, night climbs, wild climbs and even ZZZs in the trees — a unique overnight experience.

Get spooked on a haunted hayride at Victoria Bryant State Park

The annual hayride event at Victoria Bryant State Park takes place over two nights, Oct. 29 and 30, from 6 to 10 p.m. The event offers family-friendly hayrides, a fun fall movie and, if you’re looking for something a little more spooky, a haunted hayride.

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