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L and B C wrote a review Feb 2019
Palm Coast, Florida38 contributions10 helpful votes
Nice place for a quick visit, especially for younger children. It was cheap. They ask for a donation. The nature/bird trail was pretty. As long as you don’t expect it to be an all day event, it is a nice visit.
Date of experience: February 2019
Elizabeth J wrote a review Mar 2018
Loganville, Georgia10 contributions1 helpful vote
The kids loved seeing and hearing about the reptiles and amphibians. There isn't a huge amount to see, but it was worth going.
Date of experience: March 2018
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G. Crawford wrote a review Dec 2017
Columbus, Georgia58 contributions16 helpful votes
This venue is lovely for outdoors entertaining. I was recently here for a birthday party. It's a cozy spot to relax especially if the weather is nice. Afternoon Delight ! ! !
Date of experience: August 2017
Rob S wrote a review Oct 2017
Columbus, Georgia755 contributions183 helpful votes
The is a good family outing. Young kids will enjoy staff presentations dealing with various animals. Lots of hiking trails, displays, and unique attractions. It's free, but a donation is requested. Good parking. Plan to spend three hours.
Date of experience: July 2017
Scott E wrote a review Sep 2017
63 contributions18 helpful votes
It took us a while to find the center, but we eventually did get there. There is no admission fee, just a donation box. Julie was very helpful in describing their facility and what could be seen. This is more suited to school and club groups rather than families like ours stopping in for a visit. The best part was the marine touch tank. I guess the fake insects on the trees are used for scavenger huts, but they gave off a cheap vibe. I think this place has potential to be much better if it would cater to the visiting families to the Columbus area and even charge a nominal fee so that the outside areas could be improved and the inside could be more organized.…
Date of experience: September 2017