This preserve is managed by Auburn University's School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences. In 1993, Dr. Louise Turner Kreher donated the land to the university. The preserve opened to the public (i.e. not just for university use) in 2008.
Also known as: Kreher Preserve
Address: 2222 North College Street Auburn, Alabama 36830
Cost of admission: Free
Governance: Auburn University's School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
Approximate miles of trails: 6
Hours: Sunrise to sunset
Tiger Transit directions: If you have an Auburn University ID, you can request that the North College Line stop at the preserve, either by getting on the bus at another stop and asking the driver, or by calling to request pickup at the preserve. Check the website for more information.
Parking: Parking is available at the trailhead
Trailhead(s): 32.659768, -85.488044
Trail surface: Natural
Dogs allowed: No
Fishing allowed: No
Guidebook mentions: Chapter 103 in Exploring Wild Alabama (1st edition)
- Interpretive signage
- Photo blind
- Bike rack
For more photos, see my flickr album.
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Updated December 28, 2016 & August 25, 2018