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Okefenokee Swamp Park | Annual Light Show

There’s still time if you haven’t been to see the lights this year at the Swamp Park.

The Okefenokee Swamp Park invites you to Come & See the Lights this Christmas.

Night still available at this time are:

DEC 12-14, 19-23 & 26-30.

First light show train at 6 pm. Last departs at 9 pm.

All aboard and be dazzled by thousands of lights. Experience a rare night adventure into the Okefenokee Swamp. Lots of fun for the entire family. Visit our website at if you need to confirm the dates.

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Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge Announces ‘Locals Day’

Are you a resident of Charlton, Ware, or Clinch County, Georgia or Baker County, Florida?

Looking for something fun for the whole family during this holiday season? Come and visit the Suwannee Canal Recreation Area on Saturday December 13 for the refuge’s first Locals Day! During this event, the refuge will be open as normal to the public, but for residents that live in the counties where the refuge is found (Charlton, Ware, Clinch and Baker, FL) – great discounts are available! Locals will receive FREE ENTRY (normally $5/vehicle), a 10% discount on purchases made at the Okefenokee Wildlife League bookstore (within the Richard S. Bolt Visitor Center), and 10% discounts on 90-minute boat tours and canoe/kayak rentals (Okefenokee Adventures).

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SKYWARN Storm Spotter Training

Skywarn is a program the National Weather Service uses to improve severe storm watches and warnings. Trained volunteers serve as storm spotters. These spotters pass on vital “ground truth” information to forecasters during severe weather events. They are the eyes and ears not only for forecasters, but for the community as a whole Skywarn volunteers come from all walks of life, and generally have two things in common – an interest in weather as well as an interest in serving their community.

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