Smithgall Woods – Dukes Creek Conservation Area is a state park consisting of 5,663 acres of mountain woodlands that rise along the Dukes Creek watershed. The State of Georgia acquired the land in 1994 and it became dedicated as a Heritage Preserve under the Georgia Heritage Trust Act of 1975.


Friends of Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites serves as not only a revenue source for the statewide support of Georgia’s parks and historic sites, but also, as the venue for volunteer groups sharing common goals while they serve through local Chapters.

There are a variety of volunteer opportunities available at Smithgall Woods State Park. There are ongoing projects and improvements that anyone can be a part of. Take a look at the volunteer opportunities and see where you can lend your talents.