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Sandy Creek Nature Center is a gateway to outdoor exploration. The property features 225 acres of woodlands and wetlands with over 4 miles of trails, including an ADA interpretive trail and connections to the North Oconee River Greenway and Cook's Trail.
The SPLOST-funded Education & Visitor Center includes live reptiles, amphibians, marine and freshwater aquariums, interactive natural history exhibits, and an incredible resource library, all housed in an eco-friendly building. There is also a circa 1815 log house and several wildlife observation areas on site.
Programs - The nature center offers a wide assortment of programs for individuals, families, schools and other groups. Check out the Spring Hyla, Program Guide and calendar to find out what programs are happening through May. You can also view the ACC Leisure Services Spring 2014 Program and Events Guideto find out more about all Leisure Services events. NEW EVENT- NATURAL CREATIONS on March 22nd celebrating art and nature. Check out our workshop list. Volunteer Opportunities - If you'd like to get more involved, check out the many ways you can volunteer at Sandy Creek Nature Center. We are in need of trail guides. Learn more about what trail guides do. Upcoming training: Frogwatch on March 20.