Laura S. Walker State Park

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"Walker State Park" redirects here. For the park in Kentucky, see Dr. Thomas Walker State Historic Site.

Laura S. Walker State Park is a 626 acre (2.53 km²) Georgia state park located near Hoboken and the Okefenokee Swamp. The park is named after Laura S. Walker, a Georgia writer, teacher, civic leader, and naturalist (she is most famous for the latter). The park's location near the Okefenokee makes it home to many exotic plant and animal species, including alligators, great blue herons, and pitcher plants. The park includes a 120 acre (0.49 km²) lake and a championship 18-hole golf course plus pro shop.


  • 44 Tent/Trailer/RV Sites
  • Camping Cabins (coming in 2015)
  • 7 Picnic Shelters
  • 5 Group Shelters
  • Nature Trail
  • Group Camp
  • Pioneer Camping
  • Swimming Beach
  • Single, Tandem and Fishing Kayak Rentals

Annual events[edit]

  • Okefenokee 10K Race (March)

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