9 frugal ways to enjoy the great outdoors on spring break

2:32 p.m Wednesday, March 7, 2018 Best of Atlanta

With Spring Break quickly approaching, Georgia’s State Parks and Historic Sites offer many ways for families to enjoy the outdoors on a budget. From sleeping under the stars to paddling under a full moon, here are 9 ideas for a memorable spring break close to home:

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Yurts can be found at various Georgia state parks, including Tugaloo State Park in Hartwell. CONTRIBUTED
Candlelight Forest is home to two treehouses in Chickamauga, Ga. More are planned to open next year. Sophie’s Roost sleeps up to six people and features two bedroom nooks, one-and-a-half baths, a kitchenette and decks with spectacular views. CONTRIBUTED
Glamping in the North Georgia forest can include experiencing a few evenings under the stars in an authentic native American teepee. credit: North Georgia Canopy Tours