Victoria Bryant State Park

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Victoria Bryant State Park is a 502-acre (2.03 km2) Georgia state park located near Franklin Springs.[1] Nestled in the rolling hills of Georgia's Piedmont plateau, this park offers facilities ranging from picnic sites and a swimming pool to an 18-hole golf course. The North Fork of the Broad River flows through the park, adding several water hazards to the course. The park also offers a short nature trail plus a long perimeter trail that takes hikers through hardwood forests. In addition, the park is home to many species of birds, plants, and reptiles.


  • 35 Tent/Trailer/RV sites
  • Pioneer camping
  • Golf course
  • 3 playgrounds
  • Swimming pool
  • 5 Picnic shelters
  • Nature Center
  • 2 Fishing ponds
  • Chelsea Jarrell Bennett - Park Manager
  • Lieren Forbes-Assistant Park Manager
  • Bob Jason Webb- Head of Maintenance
  • Lauren Bolemon - Clerk
  • Emily Lumley - Clerk
  • Elizabeth Haagen- Clerk

Annual events[edit]

  • Junior-Senior Catfish Rodeo (Memorial Day weekend)
  • Father-Son Golf Tournament
  • Civil War Enactment (June)


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