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Visitors - Business & Tourism in Morrow

Attractions - Parks & Recreation

Newman Wetlands Center

Newman Wetlands Center is a unique wetlands and environmental education facility. The Center is host to interesting exhibits and a boardwalk trail that takes you through a wetland full of exciting wildlife and plant species.

Address: 2755 Freeman Road Hampton, GA 30228
Phone: 770.603.5606
Fax: 770.603.5602
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International Park - The Beach

Near to Morrow you will find Atlanta Beach. The Beach at Clayton County International Park is Atlanta's "park inside a park". Offering a variety of recreational activities that will keep your friends and family entertained all year long. In addition to The Beach, water park and concert facilities are open during the summer season. The park provides acres of fishing lakes, picnics areas, and bike trails for year round family entertainment. Site of the 1996 Olympic Beach volleyball tournament, The Beach has a world class beach volleyball venue.

Address: 2300 Highway 138 SE Jonesboro, GA 30236
Phone: 770.477.3766
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Atlanta Botanical Garden

The mission of the Atlanta Botanical Garden is to develop and maintain plant collections for display, education, research, conservation and enjoyment.

Address: 1345 Piedmont Avenue NE Atlanta, GA 30309
Phone: 404.876.5859
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Centennial Olympic Park

The 21-acre Centennial Olympic Park was developed to serve as the world's gathering place during the Centennial Olympic Games in 1996. The park has become a civic symbol and community focal point as well as a catalyst for new development in the downtown area.

Address: 285 International Blvd., NW Atlanta, GA 30313
Phone: 404.223.4412
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Reynolds Nature Preserve

W. H. Reynolds Memorial is a 146 acre nature preserve located in the heart of Clayton County in Morrow, GA. The land, preserved in its native state, is a perfect example of rolling hills in the Piedmont region of Georgia. With over 3 miles of hiking trails a visitor can explore the highest ridges in the county in a mixed oak-hickory-pine forest down to the wetlands and ponds fed by natural springs. Also take the opportunity to step back in time and admire old farm equipment, spring houses, and a barn dating back to 1867. Don't forget to stop in the Nature Center to see the live animals, environmental displays or just to talk to a ranger!

Address: 5665 Reynolds Road Morrow, GA 30260
Phone: 770.603.4188
Contact: Stephanie Berens
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