Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
Jefferson Davis Nature Trail
1/3 mile
Estimated Time: 20 Minutes

This short nature walk takes you on a relaxing stroll around the site. Our nature trail is unique because not only is the trail full of wildlife, the trail is actually full of history. Part of the trail is the original county road, which ran through the present day site, during the Civil War. This part of the trail is the road, which Davis and his party entered and made camp on, the night of his capture. The trail offers great opportunity to view the site’s 47 different species of birds, and is also dotted with native wildlife and plant identification signs. At the end of the trail an elevated boardwalk, will give visitors the experience of viewing a south Georgia swamp’s ecosystem, which is full of wetland plants and many interesting creatures!

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