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Best trails in Audubon Community Nature Center

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Explore the most popular trails in Audubon Community Nature Center with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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#1 - Audubon Community Nature Center
Audubon Community Nature Center
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Length: 2 mi • Est. 49 m
The trails at Audubon Community Nature Center are open from dawn until dusk daily. There are three loops: .5 mile, 1 mile, and 2 mile. Easy terrain. Well marked and maintained. Recently, a new, more primitive 1 mile loop has been added on the west side of the 600 acre property, accessible from the midpoint of the Spatterdock Trail. There is also a mowed path through a native arboretum.Show more
#2 - Spatterdock Trail (Orange)
Audubon Community Nature Center
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Length: 1.1 mi • Est. 27 m
Spatterdock Trail is one of three loops that starts at the kiosk. Blazed with orange squares, the trail takes the hiker through fields, near ponds, and into the forest. The trail starts out paved, but quickly becomes mowed grass and wood-chipped.Show more
#3 - Overlook Trail (Blue)
Audubon Community Nature Center
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Length: 0.5 mi • Est. 12 m
This is one of three loops that start at the kiosk. It is paved out to the covered Blue Heron Overlook which looks out over Big Pond. The rest of the loop is mowed grass or wood-chipped. The trail passes several small ponds where in summer you are apt to see frogs, turtles and snakes. In spring, "applaud" the geese loudly to encourage them to scoot back into the ponds.Show more