Blue Heron Nature Center

321 Bailey LN

Ridgeland, SC 29936


Phone: (843) 726-7611

City: Ridgeland

Region: Coastal & Islands

Blue Heron Nature Center

This 10-acre green space boasts the Blue Heron Nature Trail, a quarter-mile recycled rubber trail around a three-acre pond, and a quarter-mile of boardwalk through forested wetlands. The property also includes a butterfly garden, picnic area, outdoor classroom, observation decks and a 4,200-square-foot Learning Center. Permanent trailside displays help visitors learn more about the native flora and fauna of Jasper County and the Lowcountry.

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