Betton Nature Center Trail

2139 Armistead Rd
Tallahassee FL 32308
(850) 891-3866

The Betton Hills Nature Center is the perfect place for any outdoor enthusiast. Whether you’re looking to enjoy leisurely or educational activities, the Betton Nature Center provides a variety of green spaces, park facilities and even an informative self-guided walking tour. The trails wind throughout the Betton Hills neighborhood and also function as a connection between the McCord and Winthrop Parks.

This unique Nature Center exists to aid in the conservation effort put in place to protect and preserve both wildlife and plant habitats native to the area. The trails also promote sustainability within an urban natural area, so take a journey through Tallahassee’s natural surroundings, and experience the joys of nature as you pass by wild plants, bridges, park benches and a BBQ area perfect for picnicking.


Featured Uses: A favorite spot for geo caching, running/walking, hiking and cycling. Leashed dogs are permitted on the trail and off-leash dogs can use the nearby fenced dog park.

Park Access: 2055 Thomasville Road. Park access is behind Ashford Club Apartments. Public parking and trail access on Post Road, behind SunTrust.

Amenities: Walking trails, parking, educational self guided tour, a dog park with special drinking fountains, 40-foot covered bridge, replicated Native American mound and fire pit with seating for up to 200 people, and a wall of Native American art will depict the Indians that inhabited the area of Betton Hills.

 
ACTIVITIES
Hiking
Running
Walking
SURFACE
Un-paved
LEVEL
Easy

The Betton Hills Nature Center is the perfect place for any outdoor enthusiast. Whether you’re looking to enjoy leisurely or educational activities, the Betton Nature Center provides a variety of green spaces, park facilities and even an informative self-guided walking tour. The trails wind throughout the Betton Hills neighborhood and also function as a connection between the McCord and Winthrop Parks.

This unique Nature Center exists to aid in the conservation effort put in place to protect and preserve both wildlife and plant habitats native to the area. The trails also promote sustainability within an urban natural area, so take a journey through Tallahassee’s natural surroundings, and experience the joys of nature as you pass by wild plants, bridges, park benches and a BBQ area perfect for picnicking.


Featured Uses: A favorite spot for geo caching, running/walking, hiking and cycling. Leashed dogs are permitted on the trail and off-leash dogs can use the nearby fenced dog park.

Park Access: 2055 Thomasville Road. Park access is behind Ashford Club Apartments. Public parking and trail access on Post Road, behind SunTrust.

Amenities: Walking trails, parking, educational self guided tour, a dog park with special drinking fountains, 40-foot covered bridge, replicated Native American mound and fire pit with seating for up to 200 people, and a wall of Native American art will depict the Indians that inhabited the area of Betton Hills.