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Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve & Nature Center

#5 of 19 things to do in Auburn Features Animals
2222 N College St, Auburn, AL 36830-4332
+1 334-502-4553
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Great place for a nature hike

Great little nature preserve- lots of wildlife to find all year long. Very well kept up with and... read more

Reviewed 18 May 2017
kristy f
A great way to spend a beautiful afternoon

This preserve is a hidden gem. Easy walking trails and points of interest entertain nature lovers... read more

Reviewed 4 May 2017
KOrsini
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Auburn, Alabama
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2222 N College St, Auburn, AL 36830-4332
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+1 334-502-4553
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Reviewed 18 May 2017

Great little nature preserve- lots of wildlife to find all year long. Very well kept up with and clean. Highly recomended as a place to get out and stretch your legs.

1  Thank kristy f
Reviewed 4 May 2017

This preserve is a hidden gem. Easy walking trails and points of interest entertain nature lovers of all ages.

1  Thank KOrsini
Reviewed 15 February 2017

This place is wonderful for having kids birthday parties. Very educational and fun for kids all ages. Wear bug spray if you go.

1  Thank rainskl2017
Reviewed 15 February 2017

I take a grandchild to the playground sometimes. He usually meets a friend and they have a great time playing on things not usual in most playgrounds. They can climb, dig, and run around . We often take lunch as there are tables there. Rest...More

1  Thank emhpea
Reviewed 11 February 2017

At this point it is a decent place to go for a walk. Looks like they are adding more as they go along in terms of making it more than a walk through the typical southern Alabama pine tree forest.

Thank anspama
Reviewed 9 January 2017

Stopped in Auburn to look at AUs graduate program and went here for a walk. The trails were extremely well marked and blazed so that two people could walk comfortably next to each other. One of the best parts was the opening by the power...More

1  Thank secoulombe
Reviewed 24 December 2016 via mobile

Enjoyed a beautiful morning in this great outdoor space surrounded by nature and the gift of silence save for a few rustling leaves .....nice playground made up of ecologically friendly structures which were enjoyed by our two year old gran daughter while several of us...More

Thank EnglishRose10
Reviewed 21 October 2016

What a great place, close to campus for a walk. Great hiking trails with a creek, lots of shade in the summer and lots of feel good nature all around.

1  Thank JohnKab
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Interesting hiking trails in historic forest preserve. Educational. Good place to take school age children!

1  Thank autiger1962
Reviewed 23 August 2016

The Ecology Preserve is absolutely fantastic. It is gorgeous and very well-maintained. The trails are great, and the playground is a huge hit with younger kids. They regularly have programs and camps that are always good. Members can book the pavilion and a short animal...More

2  Thank sausageballs
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