Our trip to Kolomoki Mounds Historic Park Trail was such a learning experience and not just for the kids. It was just as educational and interesting to the adults as well. We went as a group and I do recommend spending the night at the campground because there’s a lot of hiking you can do on the 5 mile hiking trail and if you want to see all of the 1,293 acres including the mounds; the temple mound which is Georgia’s oldest great temple mound, two smaller burial mounds, and several ceremonial mounds. There are 22 tent, trailer & RV campsites. There is a sand beach, and fishing in the two lakes. The camping area is by the water as most are so take gnat and mosquito spray. That’s the first thing I pack when I go camping or glamping. I love being close to nature just not being that close. And a little FYI, don’t pick up any Spanish moss if you see it on the ground. Red bugs AKA Chiggers! We packed picnic meals and took advantage of the nice spacious picnic areas and had a great time exploring and learning. I had one of the best times I’ve had on a group outing and the kids did as well. This state park is located in Blakely, Georgia.