Moccasin Creek State Park Non-Game Interpretive Trail

Clayton, Georgia

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Within just a mile, the Non-Game Interpretive Trail passes through several wildlife habitats, including streams that house the spotted salamander and open fields that draw raptors in their search for prey. Managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, the trail is designed to not only display wildlife management techniques but also teach people about Georgia’s natural resources. There are many signs along the trail that call out notable plants and animals, and this easy loop has plenty of features to keep kids engaged.

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"Within just a mile, the Non-Game Interpretive Trail passes through several wildlife habitats, including streams that house the spotted salamander and open fields that draw raptors in their search for prey.

Managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, the trail is designed to not only display wildlife management techniques but also teach people about Georgia’s natural resources. There are many signs along the trail that call out notable plants and animals, and this easy loop has plenty of features to keep kids engaged."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Clayton
Distance: 1
Elevation Gain: 70 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 30 minutes
Season: Spring, summer, and fall
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: Moccasin Creek State Park
Local Maps: An overview map of the park is available at gastateparks.org/info /moccasin; USGS 7.5-minute Lake Burton.

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