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Discovery Saturdays at Elachee – Tree Hike, Gainesville

Join an Elachee Teaching Naturalist on a guided hike in Chicopee Woods (moderate trail) that will focus on evergreens and deciduous trees.

Date: Feb. 20

Time: There are two hiking times available. 

Morning Hike: 10 a.m. to Noon

Afternoon Hike:  1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

No Dogs or Pets. No strollers allowed during hike.

Location: Elachee Nature Science Center, 2125 Elachee Dr.

Fee: $5 adults, $3 children 2-12, Free to Elachee members, $5 parking. (Parking: All vehicles subject to the Chicopee Woods Area Park Commission parking fee.)

Register in advance:  770-535-1976, Elachee.org

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