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Located on 46 acres of ravine forest and historic past, this nature preserve's two miles of walking trails wind past a scenic creek with rocky shoals, spring seeps, mature trees, wildflowers, native plants, and a variety of animal life.

A Heritage Village has been created with four buildings original to the site and four landmark structures moved from nearby properties. This village and its related exhibit pieces provide an understanding of this area's proud rural heritage from the mid 1800s to the mid 1900s.

Our Visitor Center houses animal exhibits of turtles, frogs, and snakes, and dioramas of native mammals and birds.

Grounds are open every day from 8am to dusk.

The Visitor Center is open Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm
closed on major holidays

There is no charge for entrance to the grounds.

A reminder of Nature Preserve rules

~ Dogs must be on a leash at all times.
~ No bikes or motorized vehicles are allowed on the nature trails.
~ Stay on the trails to avoid damage to the preserve's habitats.
~ Keep voices low so all can enjoy the Preserve's peaceful setting.

Audio Tour

Historic Buildings not open during your visit?
Try our new audio tour.

Autrey Mill is creating a cell phone audio tour in the Heritage Village [read more].

February 2015
27 Preschool Adventures
28 Autrey Mill Unplugged Concert
March 2015
2 Summer Camp Registration Opens for ALL
3 Preschool Adventures
5 Guided Hike
6 Friday Feeding Time
10 Home School Hike
12 After School Naturalist (5-7)
13 After School Naturalist (8-12)
15 Doll Tea Party
17 Preschool Adventures
20 Guided Hike
26 Annual Membership Meeting
27 Home School Class
28 Autrey Mill Unpugged Concert

Full 2015 Program Schedule

Announcing the
Annual Membership Meeting of the Autrey Mill Nature Preserve Association

Thurs, Mar 26, 2015

The meeting agenda will include the election of members to the Board of Directors. All current members are invited to attend this brief meeting. Members present at the meeting, or by proxy, will be electing the following three members to the Board of Directors for a two-year term of March 2015 - March 2017:

Janis Hill, Heather Moody, and Kathy Reed

Download the meeting announcement with printable proxy

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9770 Autrey Mill Road
Johns Creek, GA 30022
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2nd Concert, Saturday, February 28th

Andy Offutt Irwin
7pm gathering
8pm concert

at Johns Creek's Newest Music Venue
Autrey Mill Nature Preserve

Don't Miss this Show on Saturday Night!

We're so excited to present Andy Offutt Irwin at our next "Unplugged" evening: Feb. 28th. Andy is an amazing, nationally known storyteller/musician/extremely funny man, coming to Johns' Creek!

Be sure you have a seat. Purchase tickets online.
[more info and ticket sales]

The "Unplugged Concert Series" is supported with a City of Johns Creek grant to promote the Arts.
Our thanks to Whole Foods (located on State Bridge Rd, Johns Creek) for their support.

Summer Camp Registration
opens to ALL on Monday, March 2nd

It may still be winter, but it's not too early to start planning for summer camp.  Our camp schedule is now posted.  Look for the return of some old favorites, but also some fun new themes and  new science camps for ages 11-14.

NEW Extended care is offered during 4 weeks of camp. 8-9am and 3-6pm.

We also are offering a Spring Break camp April 6-10.

Bring your favorite doll and join us for one of Ms. Alison's Doll Tea Parties in the Summerour House.  The 2-hour party will include a variety of activities like making doll accessories, dress-up, games, and of course a tea party.

Sunday, March 15

for girls ages 6-11

[more info and registration]

Meet our newest residents in the Visitor Center - Pop and Niblets. Any guesses what they might be?
[more about our animal exhibits]