The holiday season is upon us! When all the bright colors have gone, the woods take on a beauty of their own with the intricate silhouettes of intertwined branches. In winter, we catch sight of small things that the more dramatic displays of the other seasons hide from view.
Amid all the hustle and bustle, we encourage you to take a moment of tranquility here at the Nature Center’s walking trails. Winter in the Ozarks is often generous with mild days – excellent opportunity for quiet walks that nourish our souls as we appreciate the subtle rhythms of nature.
South Fork Nature Center is open year-round, with approximately two miles of marked public walking trails on the Greers Ferry Lake shore. When the gates are closed, you can enter by foot through the rock entrance. Parking is available across the street.
Entrance: 962 Bachelor Rd. off Hwy 330
GPS Coordinates Latitude 35°33’25.54″N Longitude 92°23’3.66″W
For questions about guided tours with our docents, or facilities offered to students and educators, please contact Program Director, Dr. Don Culwell at 501-358-2095.