Most People Don't Know About This Hidden Nature Preserve In Alabama
Nestled away in Foley, Alabama is Graham Creek Nature Preserve. Not many people, other than locals, know about this beautiful area. After one visit to Graham Creek Nature Preserve, you’ll understand why it’s Foley’s best kept secret.
Graham Creek Nature Preserve offers nearly 500 acres of natural habitats, some of which include mixed forests, tidal marshes and bottomland wetlands. And by preserving their unique habitat, this nature preserve is able to protect rare plant and animal species that live within the area.
When it comes to outdoor recreation, Graham Creek Nature Preserve doesn't disappoint. A few of the outdoor attractions offered at this hidden nature preserve include an 18 basket disc golf course...
...and a wonderful 5 mile hiking trail.
While strolling through Graham Creek Nature Preserve, you can expect to see a variety of wildlife, including deer, migratory birds and bobcats.
One of the most popular plants at Graham Creek Nature Preserve is the Whitetop Pitcher Plant. This carnivorous plant uses the water in its tube to attract insects. The plant then digests them.
Located within Graham Creek Nature Preserve is Wolf Creek Park. This park is a great area for kayaking, fishing and bird watching.
Make plans to visit Graham Creek Nature Preserve soon. Everyone should experience this beautiful nature preserve, which is located at 23460 Wolf Bay Drive, Foley, AL 36535.
Have you ever explored Graham Creek Nature Preserve? If so, what did you think? For more wonderful places to go exploring in Alabama, take a look at our previous article:
These 12 Incredible Places In Alabama Will Bring Out The Explorer In You.
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