Victoria Bryant State Park
Victoria Bryant State Park is a 502- acre (2.03 km2) Georgia state park located near Franklin Springs.  Nestled in the rolling hills of Georgia's Piedmont plateau, this park offers facilities ranging from picnic sites and a swimming pool to an 18-hole golf course. The North Fork of the Broad River flows through the park, adding several water hazards to the course. The park also offers a short nature trail plus a long perimeter trail that takes hikers through hardwood forests. In addition, the park is home to many species of birds, plants, and reptiles.
- 35 Tent/ Trailer/ RV sites
- Pioneer camping
- Golf course
- 3 playgrounds
- Swimming pool
- 5 Picnic shelters
- Nature Center
- 2 Fishing ponds
- Junior-Senior Catfish Rodeo ( Memorial Day weekend)
- Father-Son Golf Tournament
- Civil War Enactment (June)
The site was originally owned by Paul Bryant, who donated the land in the early 1950s as a state park, with the condition it be named after his late mother, Victoria Bryant. 
- "Visit Victoria Bryant State Park in Royston Georgia". Retrieved 17 July 2015.
- Krakow, Kenneth K. (1975). Georgia Place-Names: Their History and Origins (PDF). Macon, GA: Winship Press. p. 241. ISBN 0-915430-00-2.
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