Oatland Island Wildlife Center was one of our favorite stops during our Savannah trip. The cost was only $5/adult and well worth every penny. Upon arriving, we were given a map that showed the trail and all of the different animals and exhibits around the center. Our favorites were the wolves and the bobcats (these were some of the more active animals while we were there) and we also enjoyed the birds of prey. I can't say enough good things about the Center's trail. Parts of it wind through wooded areas, and other parts of it turn into boardwalks that go through marshland or ramp slightly up to the exhibit areas. I highly suggest bringing water and bug spray (the bugs weren't out quite yet while we were there, but I imagine that they are relentless). If you have young children, it might be good to narrow down which animals you would like to see and hit those first, as the entire trail is a good bit of walking. The Center also has a gift shop in the main building (water, sodas, ice cream bars, and souvenirs) and it makes a nice little stop on the way out.