Plan Your Visit
Our Trails are FREE and OPEN to the public from sunrise to sunset all year long.
Dunwoody Nature Center
5343 Roberts Drive
Dunwoody GA 30338
We share our entrance with the Austin Elementary School main entrance. Continue down the driveway, passing the school entrance on your right.
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Take Time to Embrace Nature
With 22 acres and four distinct habitats, there is a lot to see and do. Here are the highlights to help you plan your next visit.
2 miles of woodland hiking trails traverse a number of different habitats including Piedmont forest and wetlands.
Wildcat Creek is truly the heart of the Nature Center. The Nature Center is often referred to as the crown jewel of Dunwoody parks, and Wildcat Creek serves as the shining gem of this crown.
Features modern play equipment in a unique, shaded setting. It is filled with a huge structure for older kids with two tall slides and a smaller structure for toddlers. There are also two climbing towers (one spins!), a giant rope swing, a new-school teeter-totter, flat-bottom swings, and more.
The bees are back with colorful new hives! Each hive has a distinct mural design. Come see them all!
We are committed to using its gardens and landscaping to demonstrate a love of nature and the development of environmental stewardship. Master Gardeners curate and cultivate all the gardens at the Nature Center.
Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific point and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that general location. Here at the Dunwoody Nature Center we have 3 geocaches! Can you find them all?
Corporate volunteers from XL Catlin and UPS helped amp up the zen of the garden by installing Eno hammocks. Come hang out any time but remember: hammock responsibly!
The tree swings are on your left as you enter the Nature Center from Roberts Drive. Swing and spin from the trees to your heart’s content.
Bennett Our Park Piano
Our friends at Play Me Again Pianos procured “Bennett” for us and our neighbors at the Spruill Center for the Arts spruced him up for our park. Come check out this “smile generator” and tickle the ivories as you relax within the natural beauty of our park.
Learn about the great diversity of plant and animal life in the wetlands without damage to this fragile but hard-working ecosystem. You can do all of this without getting your shoes dirty, thanks to hard-working volunteers who created the wetlands boardwalk.
Head to the treehouse for classes and camps, overnights, birthday parties or just stop by on your way through and enjoy a tree top perspective over the wetlands.
ECO Nature Classroom
Our ECO Classroom features a rooftop garden and sprinkler system. See if you can spot it as you pull into the parking lot!