Now that summer is officially in session, many of us can’t help but dream of time spent outside during these gorgeous, sunny days. A trip to the Decatur Hospitality Nature Park may just be on the horizon for you. Read on to learn about this hometown treasure.
What is Decatur Hospitality Nature Park?
Nature deserves to be preserved! At this lovely local park, humans and animals alike have a place to explore. And if you’re a big birding fan, this place is not to be missed!
What Can I Do at Decatur Hospitality Nature Park?
If you visit Decatur Hospitality Nature Park, you’ll find plenty to see and do. Some of its fantastic features include:
- A 0.28-mile-long walking trail;
- A birding trail;
- A picnic spot;
- Access to the Tennessee River; and
- Canoeing, boat access, and fishing areas.
Decatur Hospitality Nature Park is open to the public. It’s also free for everyone to visit! You can find it at 4799 US Highway 31 North.
Please remember to stay safe when you visit Decatur Hospitality Nature Park.
Additionally, don’t forget to guard against the summer sun and all its heat! That means applying—and reapplying—a generous amount of sunscreen, wearing sunglasses, and putting on a hat with a brim that extends over your face. You also can’t forget a good bottle of water or two!
The summer of 2020 will be one to remember! Whether you’re a birder, a runner, a fisher, or more, you can relax at Decatur Hospitality Nature Park. Have a safe—and fun—trip!
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