Reynolds Nature Preserve
W. H. Reynolds Memorial is a 146 acre nature preserve located in the heart of Clayton County in Morrow, GA. The land, preserved in its native state, is a perfect example of rolling hills in the Piedmont region of Georgia. With over 3 miles of hiking trails a visitor can explore the highest ridges in the county in a mixed oak-hickory-pine forest down to the wetlands and ponds fed by natural springs. Also take the opportunity to step back in time and admire old farm equipment, spring houses, and a barn dating back to 1867. Don't forget to stop in the Nature Center to see the live animals, environmental displays or just to talk to a ranger!
I love walking the trails on this patch of preserved land. It’s a good walk in lovely nature In the middle of a metro area. They have a learning center, a garden area and they do a Yule log at Christmas time that’s really nice with hot coco and story telling around the fire.
I love Reynolds nature. I've lived by there all my life. I love it. I will go there to hike and enjoy the animals and reptiles that I see. I take some friends and grand children there to see the adventures. Thanks to judge Reynolds for making it a nature preserve. Instead of just woods.
Came on Dec 2. It is beautiful. You're able to jog here if you desire to do so. Just no bicycles and skateboards etc.
Just a wonderful, beautiful place. Take the time out when you are nearby and spend some time there. You will be glad you did.
A great destination for anyone in Atlanta or surrounding areas, its easy to get to and offers more than three miles of unique hiking trails, a nature center and an interpreted homestead.