The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area strives to help educate people of all ages to the park and its resources. A ranger-led field study is a great way for your students to learn about the Chattahoochee River and other associated topics. All field studies listed below are curriculum-based and free of charge to educational group. We are able to accommodate two classes per day for a field study.
If your group is unable to visit the park let us suggest several alternatives. Invite a park ranger or trained volunteer to visit your group to present an in-class program. Visit our Guest Speakers page to learn more about these programs. For the fearless educator visit our Curriculum Materials page for lesson plans about the Chattahoochee River that you present yourself.
For more information about field study programs, please contact the park at 678-538-1200.