The Reedy Creek Nature Preserve TRACK Trail is along the Dragonfly Pond Trail which follows the edge of Dragonfly Pond. The Dragonfly Pond Trail is a 1 mile loop through a mixed hardwood forest.
Reedy Creek Nature Preserve protects 737 acres of natural, forested habitat within Reedy Creek Park. There are over ten miles of hiking trails in the nature preserve for the outdoor enthusiast, giving visitors the opportunity to explore a variety of terrains, while enjoying scenic views of small lakes, forests, fields, streams, and wildlife. Reedy Creek Nature Preserve is also home to Reedy Creek Nature Center and the Dr. James F. Matthews Center for Biodiversity Studies.
Adventures for Reedy Creek Nature Preserve
Nature's Hide & Seek / El Juego del Escondite en la NaturalezaDifficulty:
Hikin' to Find LichenDifficulty:
Birds of the PiedmontDifficulty:
The TRACK Trail program is sponsored by the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation.
The Reedy Creek Nature Preserve TRACK Trail was made possible through a partnership between the Blumenthal Foundation, Mecklenburg County, and the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation’s Kids in Parks program.