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Hart State Park

Hart State Outdoor Recreation Area
Hart Park
Type Natural park
Location 330 Hart Park Road, GA 30643, US
Coordinates
Area 147 acres (59 ha)
Open 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Website link

The Hart State Outdoor Recreation Area, also known as Hart State Park and Hart Park, is a


  • Official website

External links

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References

  • 78 tent, trailer, RV campsites
  • 16 walk-in campsites
  • 5 cottages
  • swimming beaches (seasonal)
  • 3 picnic shelters
  • cricket theater - music programs

Facilities

This recreation area is used by the communiry for swimming, boating, water skiing and water sports in general, and fishing on Lake Hartwell, and for hiking and biking on a 1.5 miles (2.4 km) trail. Hart Park also offers a playground for children and a self-registration campground, which is opened seasonally from March 15 until September 15.

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