Reynolds Nature Preserve

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John K
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Eddie Rickenbacker 1941 crash site
Jun 2021 • Solo
A bit of trivia no one mentions.
Google for some interesting history.
Eastern Airlines DC-3 on approach to Candler Field. Famous WWI ace badly injured. Others killed.
Written June 30, 2021
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MichieJohnson
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A beautiful piece of nature tucked away.
Nov 2019
This is a great place to walk, reflect and spend time with the family. It allows you to be nice and cool even on the hottest of days. The majority of the trails are completely shaded by trees. You can see all kinds of birds, insects, and occasionally a deer or two. I love taking my children here for quality time together getting back to nature.
Written February 12, 2020
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LAURIE S
Buckhannon, WV367 contributions
Nature at its “free-ist”
May 2019 • Couples
Beautiful walk through the woods. We took the paths by the lakes instead of the forest. Paths are primitive and not well marked. Take a walking map. Nature center is small and geared for children. This is a hidden gem for the locals provided by Clayton county. Good for school trips or nature lovers.
Written May 14, 2019
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David Roberts
Stratford-upon-Avon, UK338 contributions
Pleasant afternoon
Mar 2019 • Couples
Whilst stopping at the Drury hotel we went to the nature preserve for afternoon walk, although the wrong time of the year for all the blooms to be out it was a pleasant afternoon. There are plenty of trails with a couple of small pools. There is also a small museum with a few stuffed animals. There is no cost for this attraction.
Written March 13, 2019
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Jeanne T
Fayetteville, GA39 contributions
A walk on the Wild side.
Apr 2018 • Family
This was our 1st visit to Reynolds Nature Preserve. We went to the Visitor center to get a map, find out information and see animals as the website stated. The Visitor center was not open even though the hours stated 8 AM to 5pm. We knocked on the door. No help. We started the trails and was very excited at spotting three deer. We watched them for a while. The highlight of the kids day. The trails were nice. The old Barn and farm area with the garden was nice. We enjoyed it. They have picnic tables there. We had lunch at the Gazebo. It had a bird nest with a little bird sitting on eggs. The kids enjoyed that. A good day on our own with no help from the Visitor center.
Written April 5, 2018
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roward23
Morrow, GA1 contribution
Great place to visit nature without leaving the city
Apr 2017
This is a great place to take the family and enjoy nature. The kids will love the mini getaway and become one with nature
Written May 19, 2017
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cliff c
Jonesboro, GA18 contributions
A peaceful retreat in Clayton County
Oct 2016 • Solo
If your life seems to be a bit crazy and you need sometime you get away from it all for a few hours come to Reynolds Nature Preserve. You can walk the trails, commune with nature, see the wild life and just relax for a little while. They have special events through out the year for young and old but the best thing is just relax by yourself or with someone special. Come on nature is calling you.
Written October 19, 2016
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kurokitty
Atlanta, GA750 contributions
Extremely beautiful
Nov 2015 • Family
The county has a geocaching challenge and we came here to find their geocache. We had no idea this preserve was here before and it was a splendid walk along the trail to be among the preserve's trees and its bright green mossy pond.

We enjoyed learning about rain barrels outside the nature center and the little one liked taking a break to crawl inside the gazebo.

All in all it was a great place to discover nature!
Written November 28, 2015
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MacandMeplus4
Morrow, GA22 contributions
Snakes and bees, turtles and trees.
Oct 2015
We have been visiting this hidden gem for over 30 years. Our Grandsons love it because the small center is perfect for them. Hands on and interesting. They love the garden area with the old tractor and tools. Staff is marvelous, always informative and friendly. The wild azalea festival in the Spring is the favorite of all generations.
Written October 28, 2015
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Bernardo F
New York City, NY15,771 contributions
Nice park area
Oct 2015 • Solo
It's a very quiet and clean nature preserve and park area. Take a relaxing and serene stroll on the paths or just enjoy seeing the views.
Written October 6, 2015
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