Reynolds Nature Preserve Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"With 146 acres of forest and wetlands, including five ponds, the William H. Reynolds Memorial Nature Preserve supports a great variety of wildlife, including turtles, salamanders, toads, and beavers. Many bird species, such as Canada geese, green herons, and Kentucky warblers, live here, as well as numerous wildflowers, including American beautyberry, red trillium, and lizard’s tail.
The preserve has 4.5 miles of easy trails with several loops that you can link for long or short walks. The preserve is named for William Huie Reynolds, a county judge and naturalist who acquired the land in the 1920s and donated it to Clayton County in 1976. Each year about 35,000 people visit the preserve, and 4,000 schoolchildren participate in its nature education programs."