Updated: Aug 24
There is so much to see and do at the Preserve, including hiking trails, bird watching, geocaching, or simply enjoying your meal in the picnic area.
The Honey Bee Habitat
The Honey Bee Habitat at the Tucker Nature Preserve is an educational section of the park with active honey beehives, informational signage, and a wildflower pollinator field. Bring your family to the preserve to learn how honey is made, why honeycomb looks the way it does, and why bees are important to our food supply. Thank you to DeKalb County and the City of Tucker for helping build this wonderful habitat for our community!
Hike the Preserve
Thanks to our local scout troops and community volunteers, we have a half-mile loop trail that winds through the scenic woods of Tucker Nature Preserve. There is also a dog-waste station located at the parking lot to make it easier to bring your four-legged friends with you!
As more invasive plant species are removed and native plants return, the number of birds at Tucker Nature Preserve is increasing. Be sure to record your bird and other wildlife sightings in the notebook located at the kiosk.
Picnic at the Preserve
Come have a picnic at Tucker Nature Preserve! We have a five picnic tables and trash cans as well. You can even see Stone Mountain from the group picnic area!