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McFarlane Nature Park, Marietta

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McFarlane Nature Park is a project of the Cobb Land Trust and is an 11-acre nature park situated off Paper Mill Road on Farm Road in East Cobb.

Managed by the Cobb Land Trust, this park was donated to “preserve the sanctity and tranquility of its natural state” and is funded solely by private donations. The property was formerly part of the Hughes Spalding estate. The 1941 farmhouse currently on the property features two stone chimneys and a slate roof. The park offers woodland trails, pastures, picnic tables, native trees, active beehives and gardens maintained by the Master Gardener Volunteers of Cobb County.
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  • Interesting small nature gardens. Pleasant walkways with labelled plants. Interesting to see what plants are native to Georgia  more »
  • This park is tucked away and hard to find off Papermill Rd, but its a great place to play frisbee, capture the flag, football etc. We often go with a group of teenagers/young adults for a game and...  more »
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  • Wonderful. Peaceful. A must see quiet place
  • Tucked behind, in between and underneath but glad to have discovered it.🤗

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