Stone Mountain State Park
The massive granite dome at Stone Mountain State Park keeps watch on park visitors enjoying nearly every type of outdoor activity - camping, hiking, climbing, fishing, picnicking, horseback riding and more. There are more than 18 miles of trails, matched by more than 20 miles of designated trout waters in this park that spreads below the Blue Ridge Parkway.
The campground offer 90 sites, some with utility hookups with group and backpacking campsites are nearby. Rock climbing is allowed by permit on the towering, 600 foot granite face of the landmark mountain. Climbers look down on Hutchinson Homestead, a restored mid-19th century mountain farm. Expansive picnic grounds with shelters invite reunions and community gatherings.
Friends of Stone Mountain State Park is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization supporting Stone Mountain State Park -
registered with the Internal Revenue Service (tax ID 83-4126572)
The purpose of the Friends organization is to support and promote Stone Mountain State Park for the benefit of the general public, including developing and promoting public awareness, providing support and resources for the maintenance of programs, facilities and recreation; advocating for ecological conservation and preservation of the park's natural, scenic, cultural, and historical resources and addressing environmental issues. These purposes are exclusively non-profit, charitable and educational.
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Membership is open to any individual, group or corporation who supports the purposes of the association.
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