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Georgia’s Chattahoochee Bend State Park offers new adventures

(Nov. 8, 2012) -- Chattahoochee Bend State Park in Georgia has opened eight backcountry platforms for backpacking and canoe trips, reports The Warner Robins Patriot.

BETWEEN NEWNAN AND FRANKLIN, Ga. — Chattahoochee Bend State Park has opened eight backcountry platforms for backpacking and canoe trips, reports The Warner Robins Patriot.

According to the news report, backcountry adventurers can plan hikes or different distances and difficulty to the sites or enjoy paddling the Chattahoochee River from two locations upstream from the park.

Visitors to the backcountry platforms must reserve a site, The Warner Robins Patriot says, noting the cost for camping is $9 per person per night.

To read the complete report in The Warner Robins Patriot, click here.

To visit the park website, click here.

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