Panola Mountain State Park

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Panola Mountain State Park


Location:18 miles southeast of Atlanta on GA 155 via I-20 (exit 68).
Facilities:4 picnic shelters, playground, hiking trails, nature trail, fitness trail, interpretive center, conference room.
Activities:Hiking, guided hikes, educational programs.
Special Features:Park was created to protect a 100-acre granite monadnock (mountain) that shelters rare plants of the Piedmont region. Panola Mountain is designated as a National Natural Landmark.
Address:2600 Hwy 155 SW
Stockbridge, GA 30281

Phone:770-389-7801
Web: gastateparks.org/info/panolamt
Size: 1,026 acres.

See other parks in Georgia.
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