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Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve

2222 North College Street
334-502-4553

The mission of the Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve is to provide programs, experiences, nature trails and natural habitats for education, study and relaxation for students and citizens of all ages while creating an atmosphere of discovery and stewardship toward our natural world.

Since its endowment to the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, the Forest Ecology Preserve has continued to evolve into a first-class discovery and nature center with exciting programs offered throughout the year. In keeping with its mission, the Preserve fosters a greater sense of appreciation and understanding of our environment with many nature-based programs such as:

• Discovery hikes and nature walks

• School programs and youth camps

• Adult workshops and classes

• Educational exhibits, tours and wildlife study



Reviews

Justin Osborne

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Friday, April 27, 2018
Great playground area that is all custom built and includes a large sandbox area with shovels and rakes for the kids to play with. They have several portch swings and picnic tables for lunch and adults to sit down at. We didn't go on the trails this time, but from what we did go on, things looked to be well kept and looked like there were several nice nature trails. We'll definitely be back!

Joshua Cleveland

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Saturday, March 24, 2018
A great place to just walk around and slow down for a bit. There is a nice playground for little ones made mostly of things from the forest. The reason why I'm giving this three starts is because I went the other day and they "mowed" all of the underbrush! Now it just feels like you are walking through a construction zone. Sad. Hopefully it will recover quickly.

Ashley Wiley

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
this is beautiful! i am an auburn student and went for the first time and was blown away by the sheer number of species in the preserve.

Greg Placek

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Monday, April 30, 2018
Playground. Several nice hiking trails. Lots to learn, plus camps / programs for the kids.

Joey Catrett

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Saturday, Dec. 23, 2017
Easily the best park in Auburn. The trails are very pedestrian friendly without sacrificing any of the views, which are incredibly scenic. Great for running, or just enjoying nature.

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