The Georgia Native Plant Society is very pleased to offer a drawing at the Symposium for a FREE night at one of Georgia’s greatest getaways, The Hike Inn.
The easy-to-moderate, five-mile path starting from the top of Amicalola Falls is among the most popular mountain trails in the North Georgia Blue Ridge. And one of its most beautiful and diverse. The two-to-four hour hike crosses small streams, traverses scenic ridges and ambles through stands of mountain laurel and rhododendron. The Hike Inn – open year round – is a sustainably designed Georgia State Park facility nestled in the Chattahoochee National Forest, just a few hours north of Atlanta. Its four main buildings offer twenty private guest rooms, hot showers, fresh linens and home-cooked meals.The Hike Inn’s mission is to make experiencing nature easy, and help protect it through education and recreation.
Raffle tickets will be $5 each at the Symposium (prize value $210). The winner must be present at the conclusion of the Symposium when the drawing will take place.