The Elijah Clark State Park is a state park and recreation area in Lincolnton, Georgia. The area is also quite historic for its relations to some area pioneers.
Covering 447 acres of space, the Elijah Clark State Park is named after Elijah Clark, a Revolutionary War hero and frontiersman who led a group of Georgia pioneers during the American Revolution. The site is also where Clark?s grave, along with his wife?s, is located. Visitors can also find a renovated 1780s log cabin at the park.
Some of the top recreational activities at the Elijah Clark State Park include boating, fishing, hiking, picnicking, shuffleboarding, skiing, and miniature golfing. The park?s white sand swimming beach is also a well known attraction at the park.