Palmetto-Peartree Preserve Tyrrell County Visitor Center

Palmetto-Peartree Preserve Tyrrell County Visitor Center, Columbia: Address, Phone Number, Palmetto-Peartree Preserve Tyrrell County Visitor Center Reviews: 4/5

Palmetto-Peartree Preserve Tyrrell County Visitor Center

Palmetto-Peartree Preserve Tyrrell County Visitor Center
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Tatiana L
3 contributions
Very helpful
Oct 2016 • Family
Janet was very helpful in helping us with our accomodation a week after Hurricane Matthew. We had a booking in Buston and the hotel kept telling us the road was open but Janet confirmed it was closed and forced the hotel to accountability.
Written October 20, 2016
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GypsyBreeze
Madison, SD154 contributions
Total disappointment! Don't bother going!
Jul 2016 • Solo
I went here looking for the red cockaded woodpecker.
Not only did I not find him, the first time I went I didn't even the Preserve. After getting better directions I went back to find that where I was the first time was the right place.
The "trails" are overgrown to the point of being non-existent. Even the road in is so overgrown I missed it the first time out looking for it.
I'm not sure if this is a county or state property. But whoever is supposed to maintain it has fallen down on the job.
Written July 31, 2016
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Frank d
Winston Salem, NC3,448 contributions
BEAUTIFUL REST AREA AND INFORMATION CENTER !!!
Apr 2016 • Solo
Much to see and do while visiting this area. The staff is great at the information center and at the Pocosin Lakes Visitor Center. They're both side by side in the same complex. Plan to spend at least one hour here. Rest rooms and souvenir shops too.
Written April 2, 2016
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Radishes1
Kansas City, MO39 contributions
A very nice way to see some nature~
Jun 2013 • Family
Going on a nature hike isn't what we usually plan on doing, but my son wanted to see the tidal creek he read about in a book from the visitor's bureau. So we went, and even though it did involve a lot of walking, we enjoyed seeing a different ecosystem from what we have in our home state of Missouri.
I could tell you how it was an eye-opener for us, having never seen so much Spanish moss, or all the little crabs scattering under our feet. The marshland made us think of the rice fields that must have flourished here. We kept our eyes peeled for things we hadn't seen before, and we weren't disappointed. I think my son got his fill of seeing a different piece of America, and he was satisfied with what he saw.
The only thing we had a probleml with was keeping track of what turns and roads we had taqken so we could find our way out! But we made it with the help of a map we were given at the gate when we entered. You do have to watch out for walkers, bikes, and skateboarders, so don't plan on rushing through with yoru head down, or you might run into someone!
Written June 4, 2013
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Richard J
Norfolk, VA30 contributions
travelers rest and museum.
Oct 2011 • Family
excellent reviews displayed about terrell county history and plenty of available information. Excellent restroom facilities and great hosts and hostess. Dislikes? Late summer mosquitoes
Written June 25, 2012
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dablmb44
Colfax, NC24 contributions
ok
Mar 2012
Nice also they are open all week and can answer questions about the area
Written March 16, 2012
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