Children’s Hike with Story Time

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park 1858 Lock and Dam Road, Augusta, GA

March's Hike is Full $2 per child (free for Friends of Phinizy) Bring your children (toddlers to age 8) for a nature hike designed especially for them! They will enjoy a story before or after they spend their time exploring and experiencing nature first-hand.  Please wear comfortable closed-toe shoes & bring water to drink. No dogs, please. We meet... Read more »

Swamp Saturday Hike

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park 1858 Lock and Dam Road, Augusta, GA

April's Hike is Full. $2 per person (free for Friends of Phinizy) Enjoy a guided, leisurely hike through approximately 2.5 miles of nature park trails. Children and adults will enjoy viewing the variety of wildlife, learning about the diverse plant life, and the importance of urban wetland ecology. Please wear comfortable closed-toe shoes and bring... Read more »

Children’s Hike with Story Time

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park 1858 Lock and Dam Road, Augusta, GA

April's Hike is Full $2 per child (free for Friends of Phinizy) Bring your children (toddlers to age 8) for a nature hike designed especially for them! They will enjoy a story before or after they spend their time exploring and experiencing nature first-hand.  Please wear comfortable closed-toe shoes & bring water to drink. No dogs, please. We meet... Read more »

Recurring

Swamp Saturday Hike

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park 1858 Lock and Dam Road, Augusta, GA

$2 per person (free for Friends of Phinizy) May's Hike is Full Enjoy a guided, leisurely hike through approximately 2.5 miles of nature park trails. Children and adults will enjoy viewing the variety of wildlife, learning about the diverse plant life, and the importance of urban wetland ecology. Please wear comfortable closed-toe shoes and bring... Read more »

Recurring

Children’s Hike with Story Time

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park 1858 Lock and Dam Road, Augusta, GA

$2 per child (free for Friends of Phinizy) Bring your children (toddlers to age 8) for a nature hike designed especially for them! They will enjoy a story before or after they spend their time exploring and experiencing nature first-hand.  Please wear comfortable closed-toe shoes & bring water to drink. No dogs, please. We meet at the Visitor Center... Read more »

Full Moon Hike

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park 1858 Lock and Dam Road, Augusta, GA

$10 per person  Now includes a campfire event leading up to the hike! From the serenade of tree frogs to the soothing calls of Barred Owls, the sounds of the Swamp come alive at night! Join us as we celebrate a walk in the light of a full moon by taking you on a guided,... Read more »

Full Moon Hike

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park 1858 Lock and Dam Road, Augusta, GA

$10 per person  From the serenade of tree frogs to the soothing calls of Barred Owls, the sounds of the Swamp come alive at night! Join us as we celebrate a walk in the light of a full moon by taking you on a guided, leisurely hike through the Nature Park trails. Children and adults... Read more »

Full Moon Hike

$10 per person  From the serenade of tree frogs to the soothing calls of Barred Owls, the sounds of the Swamp come alive at night! Join us as we celebrate a walk in the light of a full moon by taking you on a guided, leisurely hike through the Nature Park trails. Children and adults... Read more »

Phinizy Moth Campout

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park 1858 Lock and Dam Road, Augusta, GA

$7 per person  July 23 – 24, 2022; 7:30 pm – 9:00 am “Moths are one of the most diverse and successful organisms on earth.”  Nationalmothweek.org This is a fun Citizen Science event at Phinizy and you don’t need to have any experience to participate! Come camp out with us and help us count, take... Read more »

Summer Wading Bird Guided Drive/Hike

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park 1858 Lock and Dam Road, Augusta, GA

Phinizy is offering a Wading Bird Drive through the constructed wetlands. We will do some driving and hiking in search of wading birds: egrets, herons, night-herons, storks, and ibis. We will also be looking for shorebirds and any other bird that flies our way. Why do this in the dog days of August? Wading birds... Read more »