Wetlands Center of Clayton County Water Authority is a 0.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Hampton, Georgia that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and nature trips and is accessible year-round.
Good for an afternoon walk.
Great place, not too long of a run, about 1 mile if you do all 3 loops, but beautiful reserve tucked in a place you'd never find - thanks All trails! Nice walk, run or place to get away
Very relaxing and low impact...lots of wildlife
Tried to take the family for a nice view and bike ride but they don't allow bikes. They're too loud and too wide for their narrow path. A mountain bike and Childs bike is no louder than people walking or so wide that it'll take up the whole 4-6 ft path.
The wetlands boardwalk is very easy. Turkey and Scout are a little rougher, trails are very well kept.
The trail loops around a pond and creeks to total one mile. Vast amount of animals including beavers, turtles, birds, snakes, turkeys, deer, and fish that are eager for you to feed them. No fishing allowed, sign says no pets or running but I've seen people bring their gentle friendly dogs before with no complaints. Gorgeous in the spring and summer.