Hard Labor Creek debuts renovated cabins in time for The Fourth

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By Jamison Hooks

staff writer

Campground renovations at Hard Labor Creek State Park are scheduled to be complete just in time for the Fourth of July Weekend.

Park Manager Dusty Fuller led a guided tour of the latest updates and additions to the park.

Hard Labor Creek will hold an official ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, June 29.

“We have renovated eight of the park’s 20 cabins,” explained Fuller.

Each of the eight renovated cabins has two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The cabins feature screened in porches, fireplaces, new furniture, spacious kitchens, and flat-screen televisions.

Rates for the renovated cabins range from $145 to $160 per night. If you want to bring your dog along there is a $45 pet fee.

Hard Labor Creek State Park also features 51 electric campsites and two new comfort stations with full amenities including laundry.

“We want to make sure everything is clean and easily accessible for families,” said Fuller.

There is a wide range of activities available for everyone who visits the park.

Hard Labor Creek State park features more than 24 miles of trails for hiking and horseback riders.

Off-road bikers can take advantage of trails for off-road biking.

Year-round kayak and canoe as well as seasonal swimming is also available.

Those looking to work on their golf game can head over to The Creek Golf Course which includes 18 and nine hole options, a pro shop, driving range, rental carts, and special rates for children and seniors.

Whether you are looking for a weekend get away in a cozy cabin or somewhere enjoy a beautiful summer day outdoors, check out the renovations and activities taking place at Hard Labor State Park.

Hard Labor Creek State Park is a 5,804 acre Georgia state park located between Fairplay and Rutledge.

The park is named after Hard Labor Creek, a small stream that cuts through the park.

Hard Labor Creek is located at Hard Labor Creek Road in  Rutledge.

For more information, call: (706) 557-3001.

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