Join the Georgia Botanical Society and National Park Service naturalist, Jerry Hightower for a walk through a beautiful hardwood forest amidst native ferns, flowering shrubs, and wildflowers.We should see an abundance of Mayapple, Trillium, Toothwort, and many other spring wildflowers along with a diversity of ferns and shrubs.We will discuss the American Indian and Colonial uses of some of our wonderful native plants.Imagine this area as farm fields instead of forest as we walk along the traces of nineteenth century farm roads. Look for paw prints of the many species of wildlife that thrive here and perhaps see a salamander or two.
Dress for the weather; wear very comfortable hiking shoes and dress in layers so that you can adjust to changes in the temperature and your activity level. Don't forget drinking water, binoculars, hand lens, notebook, and camera!
Note: The park entrance fee is not required for this walk in celebration of National Park Week.
Reservations are required; please call 678-538-1200 to make your reservation, space is limited!