While this park may be best known for its golf course, it also offers a wide range of recreational opportunities in a beautiful wooded setting. A lakeside beach is popular with swimmers during summer months, and more than 24 miles of trails are available for hikers and horseback riders. Horse owners even have their own private camping area near stalls. Other overnight guests can choose from fully equipped cottages or a modern campground. With so many ways to relax, it is ironic that the park's name is thought to come from slaves who tilled summer fields or American Indians who found the creek difficult to cross.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on December 28, 2012
Golf (rental carts, driving range)
Lake Swimming (seasonal)
Boat Rental - pedal boats (seasonal), canoes and fishing boats
Horseback Riding - trail fee, annual passes available, 22-mile trail, stalls, riding ring, equestrian camping, no horse rentals
Biking - 5 miles of beginner to intermediate trails, fee
Hiking - 2.5-mile trail, weekday hiking on 22-mile horse trail
Group Camp Programs
Weddings (park approval required)
19 Cottages ($95-$120, higher during Masters Week) - cable TV, #13 and #16 are dog friendly ($40 fee dog, max 2)
46 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites ($25-$28) -- buddy sites available, some sites close during winter
2 Group Shelters (seat 85 and 120, $85-$335)
2 Group Camps (sleeps 75-120, $455-$585; dining hall only, $180)
Pioneer Group Campground ($45)
4 Picnic Shelters and Barbecue Pit ($50-$85)
30 Horse Stalls ($18), Riding Ring and 11 Equestrian Campsites
Swimming Beach and Bathhouse (seasonal)
The Creek Golf Course ($36-$46)
Reservations (800) 864-7275
Park (706) 557-3001
Golf (706) 557-3006
Q: Do campsites include water hook-up, sewer, 30amp, 50 amp, cable tv? -Guest
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Reviews of Hard Labor Creek State Park
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Beautiful golf course. Well maintained cabins. Perfect for a weekend getaway.
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Reviewed by Jay hook on May 29, 2014
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This is a great place to camp very quiet with plenty to do. Hiking trails , horse riding trails and stables, swimming, fishing, and boating!!!
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