Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
Hiking at Sprewell Bluff
The Natural Dam Trail - this trail is a geological feature, composed of Quartzite rock, forming a shelf, which spans the width of the Flint River. You will see species of plants and animals representing the coastal plain, piedmont and the North Georgia Mountains along this diverse trail. There is a trail head, scenic overlook, sandbar/cobble beach and natural dam along this trail.
download brochure & map of trail (pdf file)
 

The Longlead Pine Loop Trail - 1.9 -mile trail showcases plants and animals unique to the Flint River Habitat. There is a trail head, rock steps, picnic table, old home remains, longleaf pine trees and stream along this trail.
download brochure & map of trail (pdf file)
 


BUTTERFLIES, ETC.
 
PLANTS
 
WILDLIFE
American Lady Dorsal
American Lady Dorsal
  Atamasco Lily
Atamasco Lily
  Carolina AnoleCarolina Anole
Appalachian Snaketail
Appalachian Snaketail
  Atlantic Pigeonwing
Atlantic Pigeonwings
  Eastern Kingbird
Eastern Kingbird
Buckeye
Buckeye
  Beauty Berry
Beauty Berry
  Five Lined Skink
Five Lined Skink
Blackshouldered Spiny
Black-Shouldered Spinyleg
  Birdsfoot Violet
Birdsfoot Violet
  Golden Garden Spider
Golden Garden Spider
Monarch
Monarch
  Coreopsis Major
Coreopsis Major
  Rough Green Tree Snake
Rough Green Tree Snake
Tiger Swallowtail Female
Tiger Swallowtail Female
  Dayflower
Dayflower
  Katydid
Katydid
Eastern Pondhawk Female
Eastern Pondhawk Adult Female
  Piedmont Azalea
Piedmont Azalea
  White Tailed Deer
White Tailed Deer

 
 


 
 
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