Attired afresh in dainty lace
Perfumed with fragrant scented grace
That beckons suitors from abroad,
To kiss a nectar sweetened frond!
(R Weisser 2013)
It Springtime at Chattahoochee Bend State Park in CowetaCountyGeorgia.
The park is less than two years old, and it will take decades for the land to be returned to a primeval state. But there are hints of what is to come throughout the expanse of preserved acreage.
The various ecosystems of the park allow for a great diversity of flora and fauna. Whether one is exploring the bogs and wetlands in the low areas or the rock outcroppings on the hills, one is certain to discover many hidden treasure if one looks closely enough.
Chattahoochee Bend State Park is a wonderful place to spend an afternoon or to enjoy an extended camping excursion. The developed campgrounds can accommodate tents or recreational vehicles.
If you haven’t been there yet, you owe it to yourself to visit the park soon!