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Directions: Cay Creek 189 Charlie Butler Rd, Midway, Ga.
From I-95 take exit #76, Midway, and head west on Hwy 84 for about a mile. Turn left at the sign for Cay Creek. The entrance to Cay Creek Wetland Park is on the right just a ways down the road. Parking is in the back near the boardwalk entrance. There are no facilities at this location. Parkers at the I-95 exit has restrooms.
From Hwy 17 turn east onto Hwy 84 in Midway, and head east for 2.5 miles. Turn right at the sign for Cay Creek. The entrance to Cay Creek Wetland Park is on the right just a ways down the road. Parking is in the back near the boardwalk entrance. There are no facilities at this location. Parkers at the I-95 exit has
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#HometownHabitat Coastal WildScapes joined the “Hometown Habitat” team with a gift that brought us over $56,000! www.coastalwildscapes.org “Coastal WildScapes is focused on protecting existing native habitats, rebuilding the connectivity of impaired habitats and minimizing the future fragmentation of the coastal Georgia landscape. We feel that supporting this project will greatly increase delivering this message to a greater audience. There is no better advocate for creating Hometown Habitat than Doug Tallamy.” Many Thanks CWS! Support HH at www.themeadowproject.com
Learn about how to create wildlife habitat in your home landscape with the Coastal Wildscapes Habitat Certification Program. Certified landscapes are awarded a beautiful Birdhouse with the CWS logo. Application is open to CWS members. Freya Zipperer is our first Certificate Awardee.
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Cay Creek Wetlands
Cay Cay Creek Wetlands Park is a great place to educate people of all ages. School groups, Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts, church groups, Boys’ and Girls’ clubs, home school groups, and the general public can use this space for structured excursions.