Featured Environmental Studies/Nature Centers

Blue Heron Nature Preserve

The Blue Heron Nature Preserve offers an excellent opportunity for students and scouts to discover nature in fun and creative ways. 4055 Roswell Road, Atlanta, GA 30342. Fulton County. Tel: 404-345-1008. Fee. ... More Info

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Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center

9770 Autrey Mill Rd, Johns Creek GA 30022. 678-366-3511. 46 acres of ravine forest, a heritage village and a nature center. Fee.

Birdsong Nature Center

2106 Meridian Road, Thomasville GA 30309. 800-953- 2473. Birdsong Nature Center offers natural history instruction with intensive field experience for school groups and the public. Fee.

Burton 4-H Center

9 Lewis, Avenue Tybee Island GA 31328. 912-786-5534. Provides biological and environmental education opportunities for school groups. Fee.

Fortson 4-H Center

999 Fortson Road, Hampton GA 30228. 770-946-3276. The Fortson 4-H Center offers educational activities taking place in wetlands, forests, fields and ponds on your class trip. Fee.

Georgia Nature Center

3001 Salem Road, Watkinsville GA 30677. 1-800-800-2099. 100 acres of rolling hills, creeks, meadows and hardwood forests with tours of carnivorous plants, a clean energy exhibition, geothermal earth tubes and interactive solar toys. Fee.

Little Ocmulgee State Park

80 Live Oak Trail, Helena GA 31037. (912) 868-2832. See sandridges, a variety of trees, rare and endangered plants, tortoise burrows, and other wildlife habitats on this 2.3 mile nature trail. Fee.

Rock Eagle 4-H Center

350 Rock Eagle Road, Eatonton GA 31024. 706-484-2899. Facilities include 1,428 acres of forest, a 110-acre lake, cabins and seven open-air pavilions. Fee.

Rock Springs Nature Center

The museum exhibits are designed to teach about the natural history of Macon County. 217-423-7708.

Savannah-Ogeechee Canal Museum and Nature Center

681 Fort Argyle Road, Savannah GA 31419. 912-748-8068. The Historic Savannah – Ogeechee Barge Canal is one of the prime relics in the history of southern canals. Fee.

Tallulah Gorge State Park

338 Jane Hurt Drive, Tallulah Falls GA 30573. 706-754-7970. The park is home to a number of rare and endangered species, nature trails, an interpretive center and an extensive exhibits on local wildlife and history. Fee.

Wahsega 4-H Center

77 Cloverleaf Trail, Dahlonega GA 30533. 706-864-2050. The Wahsega 4-H Center focuses on teaching students the importance of environmental preservation, and helps them understand the natural world around them. Fee.