Enjoy spring wildflowers, wildlife, and learn more of the area's natural and cultural history by joining the National Park Service for a leisurely hike along this fairly level trail, which passes by several types of important river bottomland wetlands and returns along the river. This area is a designated National Wildlife Viewing Area. It's hard to imagine this area under cultivation. Yet that was the case for perhaps centuries. Today we view mostly the marvels of nature.
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 $3 daily park entrance fee is not required for vehicles displaying a current Annual Park Pass.
Reservations are required; please call 678-538-1200 to make your reservation, space is limited!