Observe plant and animal life along more than four miles of well-marked, easy-to-hike trails.
This looping nature trail skirts the edge of an upland bog filled with ferns, pitcher plants and shrubs.
This trail loops through the northern half of the preserve.
The trail passes through a stand of hardwoods and travels along the edge of a swamp where James Creek flows.
The trail loops through the northern half of the preserve.
This trail is bordered on one side by open stands of longleaf pine and a mix of hardwoods and lower wet areas on the other.