Eastern Red Bat
Eastern Screech Owl
Southern Black Widow
Viceroy
Jack o' lantern Mushroom

Ruby-throated Hummingbird

 

Hooded Warbler

 

Wood Thrush

 

Kentucky Warbler

Rose Breasted Grosbeak

Learning from Nature

The Forestry Outreach Center has partnered with a local astronomer, Jeff Hutton, who writes monthly about interesting things in the night sky. You can read his Skies Above the Pinnacles articles by clicking the picture of the Moon!

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Friends of the Forest
We are open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Tuesday-Saturday and 12:00 to 4:00 pm Sunday. We are closed Monday.
The trails are dog friendly, but they must be on a leash.
We opened in January of 2018!
Yes, we have a parking lot by the building and trails.
No, the Forestry Outreach Center is free and open to all! The Pinnacles, Anglin Falls, and Brushy Fork are not a part of a national or state park/forest.
The Pinnacle trails are open dawn to dusk.
Yes, the Center has indoor and outdoor restrooms, as well as an outdoor shower. There are also drinking fountains and a water bottle filler in the Center.