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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.
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Plan Your Visit - Learn about the trails, Education & Visitor Center, and some of the historic features of our grounds.
Support the Nature Center - Make a donation or become a member! The winter/spring 2013 Hyla and Program Guide are available online or at the nature center.
Programs - The nature center offers a wide assortment of programs for individuals, families, schools and other groups. Camp information is now available for ages 6-12 years and for teens!
Volunteer Opportunities - If you'd like to get more involved, check out the many ways you can volunteer at Sandy Creek Nature Center.