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We've passed the Nerr numerous times. I am so glad we stopped this time. Their walkways are well maintained and offer nice views. The exhibits are well done and informative. Although it's free, it's definitely worth contributing to their donation box
I brought 30 teacher friends for a visit as part of our study of the Chattahoochee-Flint River Watershed. This is a great place to learn about the estuary and it’s importance to the global economy. Try to catch the Turtle Talk at 2pm to learn...More
To start with it's free, which is great for families with limited funds to spend on attractions. They have several exhibits that explain the area and waters around the bay. They have a very nice boardwalk trail that is easily walked. Just be sure to...More
This is a great place to take the family and spend some time. If it's raining (or really hot/cold), you can stay inside and enjoy the exhibits, if it's nice out, you can walk the nature trails too. Free to visit, but think about making...More
What a wonderful place to visit. No charge and plenty of parking. Very Educational inside and out. Elevator to take you upstairs from outside if needed. Trails outside full of information about trees and plant life. Inside small aquariums that are full of sea life....More
This is a good spot to learn about some of the local sea life and vegetation in the area. My husband and I enjoyed following the plant guides on the nature walk. Our small children obviously loved the turtles, fish, sting rays, etc inside. Lots...More
We've been going to St. George Island every year for the past 7 years and never stopped here. This year we decided to stop by. It was so neat! I loved the exhibits with all the types of fish/ wildlife. My 13 year old loved...More
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Yes, and THANK YOU all for the thoughtful answers. Pets are not allowed in the Nature Center but the Center is only one component of the experience. Most folks are somewhere beyond happy to take a turn in one of the rocking... More
Yes, and THANK YOU all for the thoughtful answers. Pets are not allowed in the Nature Center but the Center is only one component of the experience. Most folks are somewhere beyond happy to take a turn in one of the rocking chairs or on the boardwalk with the dog while the rest of their group visits inside.