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Go on a "Pleasure Hunt" and search for fun garden ornaments on the Woodland Garden Trail with a list given at the Visitor's Center. See and explore the Children's Garden from this trail too.

The Woodland Garden path ends at the Bog Garden, which has two small ponds connected by a waterfall. You can also see the Bog Garden from the covered bridge. A waterfall spills into the bog filled with iris, lily pads, ferns, turtles, frogs, and an occasional water snake or two.

Childrens Garden
BulletThe Children's Garden features plants to inspire the senses of smell and touch.
BulletThere is a formal knot garden in the middle.
BulletA path will be made using stepping stones created by kids from our summer Day Camp.
BulletThere are also fun surprises to see!
BulletMushrooms at the Children's Garden carved by Rob Thurston of Dauset Trails

Welcome to a place where everyone of all ages can explore the beauty of nature and wildlife in a relaxing, peaceful setting. Dauset Trails Nature Center's mission is to provide quality environmental education, outdoor recreation, and an understanding of early farm life through close and intimate contact with Georgia's preserved flora and fauna.
Garden Etiquette
Enjoy yourself. Dress appropriately for the outdoors, wear closed-toe shoes, and bring insect repellent, sunscreen, and water. Be respectful. Stay on paths and avoid flower beds. Do not pick leaves or flowers from plants. Keep voices low to experience the sounds of the Garden.
Hours-Days Open and Fees
Open Monday - Saturday at 9 am - 5 pm and Sunday at 12 noon to 5 pm. There are no parking or admission fees at Dauset Trails. Donations are welcome.
Contact and Address
Phone: 770-775-6798 - Address: 360 Mt. Vernon Ch. Rd., Jackson Georgia 30233
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