Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park


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The state park is dedicated to American composer Stephen Foster who wrote the song that made the Suwanee River famous, Old Folks at Home. It has a museum with exhibits about his most famous songs. Visitors of the park can also go hiking, biking, canoeing, and wildlife viewing. 45 shaded sites with water and electric hookups are available. Restrooms, showers and dump station are located on site. Picnic pavilion and playground are also accessible. Camping fee is $20 a night.

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Lat: 30.331743 Lng: -82.767355

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User 12733

Beautiful spot. Great private camps. Clean amenities. Nice walk to Swanee River. Interesting museum. Definitely recommend.


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