We were able too make an entire day out of going to Oxbow Meadows.. Very affordable everything that we did was either free or between $3 and $5. Fun for the entire family. Everyone from our oldest (56 year old) to our youngest (4 month old). We all had a wonderful day. The volunteers are very friendly and helpful. The teacher of the classes (Ariel was ours) is very knowledgeable and child-friendly. I would recommend anyone to go to Oxbow Meadows if you're looking to have a fun educational day.
The guide on our tour was smart and enthusiastic. She enjoyed doing the tours. The view from the first platform was great. But on the downside the view from the higher platforms was extremely limited. There was major blockage from folliage of the surrounding trees. Would have been better if they were out from the trees. Overall it was an enjoyable event.
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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
$10 for a treetop canopy tour for four ($20 value)
$15.50 for a treetop canopy tour for six ($30 value)
Suspended 35 feet above the ground, the TreeTop Canopy Trail connects three platforms attached to oak, hickory, and gum trees. On guided tours, visitors can spot a plethora of flora and fauna, including eagles, deer, and wood ducks.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Must be 12 or older. Reservation required, 24 hour advance notice required. Reservations required for Tours only on Saturdays. Must be 48" tall and/or 12 years of age. Must wear closed-toed shoes.Call 706.507.8554 to reserve today! Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center
Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center teaches kids about the ecosystems and animals of the Chattahoochee valley with hands-on educational programs, field trips, and summer camps. From the campus on Columbus's RiverWalk, students learn about river systems, plants, and animals in classroom labs and outdoor exhibits. All the while, they'll be able to get up-close-and-personal glimpses at snakes, tortoises, fish, and other wildlife, as well as explore the surrounding wetlands by hiking the kid-friendly Discovery Trail.