Dauset Trails Nature Center

Located at 360 Mount Vernon Church Rd, 101 Whistle Pig Way, Jackson, GA 30233. Dauset Trails Nature Center is a nonprofit and private nature center that is open to the public all year round. The Dauset Trails Nature Center closes only on certain holidays. The nature center offers guided tours and educational programs for children and adults. You can also visit the center during your next vacation to explore nature in its natural habitat. Here's another awesome read.

Visitors to Dauset Trails Nature Center can take a walk around the ponds and creeks, or enjoy 20 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. Group camping areas are available, as well as fire rings and "Turkey Roast" platforms. There are many activities and festivals held throughout the year in Dauset Trails Nature Center.

The center offers quality environmental education, outdoor recreation, and an understanding of the early days of farm life in the area. It accepts donations at its Visitors Center, and offers feeding stations for turtles and fish. There are also hand wipes and feeding dispensers available for use when visiting animals. Dauset Trails is also a great place to go for a picnic and a family outing.

Dauset Trails is located between Macon and Atlanta. The center is popular for its animal exhibits and numerous hiking, biking, and nature trails. Visitors can experience the wildlife of Georgia and explore the creeks and lakes. If you're looking for a challenge, consider starting your trip on the leftover trail, which follows the Long Branch Creek.

The center is open daily from 9am to 5pm, with some holidays closed. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. A half-mile nature trail allows visitors to explore a variety of wildlife including a bald eagle. The trail itself is shaded and well groomed.