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The HCWSA developed this area as part of a wetland mitigation plan during construction of our reservoir system. The center encompasses almost 1,000 contiguous acres of bottomland, hardwood, and forested wetlands and uplands, which are typical features of our Piedmont area.

Being situated between three of the county's reservoirs enables the HCWSA to protect the valuable and diverse fish and wildlife habitats of the area. Cubihatcha also aids in the protection of high water quality. Aside from the limited clearing of trees and the construction of raised wooden boardwalks, the trail has been left in its natural state.

There are two main trails through the center. The river trail runs along the Towaliga River for approximately 8 miles. It is open from April through October. Our loop trail is nearly two miles around and is open year-round.

Cubihatcha's diverse habitats provide for various types of native plants and animals. Field evidence of many species of reptiles, amphibians, and insects have been observed.
At Cubihatcha, a person may take a self-guided tour at one's own pace or make arrangements to have a walk led by a staff naturalist. We gladly accept groups from organizations that want a fun, healthy, and informative outing.

Every fall, the number of visitors to Cubihatcha expands dramatically, as the site turns into outdoor classrooms for all of the 5th grade students in Henry County Public Schools. Called the "Cubihatcha Kids," their visit is part of the annual Outdoor Education Partnership between the HCWSA, the Henry County Board of Education, and many other local and regional sponsors. While on site, the 5th graders spend the day exploring topics like the ecology of watersheds, characteristics of water, the role of reservoirs, stormwater runoff and pollution, and the wildlife that populate the area.

Hours of Operation
Due to ongoing construction by the DOT to widen Highway 155, the HCWSA has temporarily closed the River Trail at the Cubihatcha Outdoor Education Center. We will provide public information when the trail is able to re-open, obstacle free on its eight-mile path.
Cubihatcha Trails
River Trail - Open Daily 8 am - 5 pm. (8-mile trail from the Cubihatcha Center to the Upper Towaliga Dam) (open April-October)

Loop Trail - Open all year daily from 8 am - 5 pm.

Trails and Reservoirs may close without notice for the purpose of maintenance and/or operations conducted periodically by the HCWSA.

Nature Trail Rules
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Contact Phone Number, Address and Website
Phone: 678-583-3930 - Address: 100 Collins Road, Locust Grove, GA 30248 - Cubihatcha Outdoor Center Website
Cubihatcha Outdoor Center Pavilion
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