Over the last six months, Breedlove Land Planning has been performing Condition Assessment reports for over a dozen Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites. Working with the Department of Natural Resources, our firm was tasked with inventorying existing assets at these various sites throughout the State, and providing an analysis as to their current conditions. The result is a series of documents which will help the Department of Natural Resources make development and improvement choices throughout the Park and Historic Site system and determine future funding needs.
What do traditional Turkic nomads have in common with northwest Georgia? Yurts. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources hired Breedlove Land Planning to design and observe the construction of eight new yurt campsites at Cloudland Canyon State Park. This new campsite will have a full comfort station, picnic pavilion, playground and trail access to the canyon loop trail system. These modern day yurt structures will each sit upon individualize platforms (above) and have front and back decks that take advantage of views of this Cumberland Plateau ecosystem. Construction should be finished in November, 2012.
Breedlove Land Planning recently produced the ‘High Falls State Park Dock, Boatslip and Boathouse Standards’ for the Department of Natural Resources. Working in concert with Georgia State Parks, this document will help guide future improvements to the boathouses and boatslips along the shores of High Falls Lake in order to ensure the health, safety and welfare of lake users and to protect view sheds and water access for all Owners. Interested Owners can receive a copy of this document at the park office. More information about High Falls State Park can be viewed here.