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The Georgia State Parks are welcoming evacuees and their pets as Florence barrels down on the East Coast.

The department said they can also accommodate equestrians at certain parks.

Campsites and cottages are still available and “dry camping” outside of normal camping areas is available for no charge, according to their website. Their group shelters are also open to people fleeing the storm.

There are multiple parks still available and you can visit the Georgia Parks Website to see the full list.

The Georgia State Parks is one of the multiple locations opening their doors to evacuees. The Atlanta Motor Speedway is opening its campsites to hurricane evacuees.

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Like last year, the campground will be free of charge for dry RV and tent campers in the Legends Campground. For full hookup sites, it will cost $20 a night.

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