At Oatland Island Wildlife Center, you'll learn about the wildlife and plants of Georgia and see 150 animals from 50 different species in their natural habitats. Follow a trail that leads through forests and marshes and see cougars, bison, alligators, bobcats, and birds of prey. Check out special educational programs offered for children and parents including animal encounters and storytelling. Visit an exhibit that features wolves, reptiles, armadillos, and flying squirrels or view more domestic animals in the farm area. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Oatland Island Wildlife Center and many more Savannah attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Savannah travel route planner.
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I bombed my AP gov exam (I got a 1) but I got a 3 on my environmental science test!! That has nothing to do with this place but this place is all environmental!! I saw a bunch of different animals...
I bombed my AP gov exam (I got a 1) but I got a 3 on my environmental science test!! That has nothing to do with this place but this place is all environmental!! I saw a bunch of different animals... more »
We've been here twice and enjoyed both visits. The park is spread out so you can get a nice walk in on a pleasant day. Admission prices are reasonable, and they have a few indoor exhibits too...
We've been here twice and enjoyed both visits. The park is spread out so you can get a nice walk in on a pleasant day. Admission prices are reasonable, and they have a few indoor exhibits too... more »
Overall a fun family experience. Friendly for young children and by stroller. 1.75 casual walking trail that our 5 year old and 3 year old did well with. There are good animal exhibits along the trail. The double level of fencing shows that they go above and beyond to help protect their youngest viewers. A great place to bring a lunch as there are several picnic table locations near the parking lot/main building. Lastly, the main building has some really cool exhibits that are easy to miss if you aren’t paying attention. Their rates are $5 for adults, $3 for ages 4-17, and free for 3 and under.
Oatland Island is beautiful, relaxing, and educational. Toddler Tuesdays are amazing for the kiddos. The trails are well kept and easy to follow. I have severe ankle problems and can still manage these trails. The boardwalk on the marsh area has amazing views. There are plenty of animals to see. There is also information and a gift shop inside. The butterfly garden is quite adorable at the end
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