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ARose wrote a review Jan 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina906 contributions286 helpful votes
On holidays or weekends, there will likely be someone sitting at a table in the parking lot expecting a donation of $10 per adult - that is the only reason this is not a 5 star review. Its a nice outdoor space, but not worth a $10 admission. Website says it is donation based, but when we asked the attendant a question, she charged us $37 to visit for 3 adults and 1 kid. There are walking trails in the woods and wetlands area - but some trails may be closed off. There is an animal exhibit which is great, but small. The nature center has a small playground and a field with horses behind it. Most of the nature loops are fairly short and easy to accomplish with young kids.…
Date of experience: December 2019
Shelby S wrote a review Nov 2019
36 contributions3 helpful votes
This place is a great place to enjoy the beautiful nature. We enjoyed looking at the wildlife wonderland and at the snake exhibit. We were able to hike part of the mountain and were amazed at how beautiful the area was. If you aren’t up for the hike, they have a much easier walking path that will still allow you to the beautiful scenery. We will absolutely be back and recommend it to anyone looking to visit the Chattanooga area. …
Date of experience: November 2019
L T wrote a review Oct 2019
Have been many times and always fun. A nice walk in the woods or paddle in the creek. Absolutely love the Bamboo Forest. Was there for a friends wedding one time and was a great venue for that. Worth the trip!
Date of experience: June 2019
mary t wrote a review Jul 2019
Cleveland, Ohio22 contributions4 helpful votes
Interesting place to visit, no admission charge but they to take donations. Some interesting animals, but they could use some financial support.
Date of experience: July 2019
1 Helpful vote
colfal8 wrote a review Jun 2019
Durham, North Carolina264 contributions80 helpful votes
The nature reserve has lots of walking trails as well as board walks over a swampy pond. There is also a path that leads to horses in pasture.
Date of experience: September 2018
1 Helpful vote