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Easter Open House at Broxton Rocks Preserve

April 05, 2015
1:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Broxton Rocks Preserve
Douglas, Georgia

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Bring your family and friends for a day of fellowship at Broxton Rocks.

Visitors are encouraged to pack a picnic lunch and discover this unique natural area in Coffee County.

Considered a natural wonder in South Georgia, the Broxton Rocks are part of a 15,000 square-mile band of subsurface sandstone known as the Altamaha Grit, formed by shifts in the Earth's tectonic plates eons ago. Rare plants, unique wildlife and a waterfall are only a part of the discoveries awaiting visitors.

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Have a personal story about time you spent at the Rocks? Want to share it with other visitors at the Easter Open House?

Contact:
Myriam Dormer
404-253-7210
mdormer@tnc.org

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