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Lullwater Preserve lies at the heart of Emory University’s campus.  The 154 acre preserve contains the home of the University’s President, the beautiful Candler Lake, a 210 foot suspension bridge, acres of green space, and miles of walking and jogging trails.  Lullwater is the perfect place to experience nature in the city with many species of mammals, reptiles, birds, and lush greenery.

The main entrance for the park is located at 1463 Clifton Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30329. Alternate entrances can be found along the walking trails next to Starvine Way and behind Clairmont Campus.

Lullwater is open from sunrise until sunset.

– RJ, edited by MC

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  2. I was wanting to know if there’s a drive through entrance? Though the place is gorgous on your images, I was unsuccessful at finding how to get into the park. If you have any suggestions I would love to hear them.

  3. Karla says:

    Good afternoon,

    We would like to congratulate the Lullwater Park for the American Beech winning our Elite Eight Champion Tree March Madness bracket.

    Each day we posted photos of the two trees going head-to-head each round. The photo with the most “likes” at the end of the day moved on to the next round. Thanks to the help of the community, the American Beech at Lullwater Conservation Park won the bracket. We would like to honor this champion tree at our upcoming Root Ball on Thursday, May 7th at the Westside Cultural Arts Center.

    We wanted to honor the Ameican Beech champion tree with a granite marker if it doesn’t already have one. Please let me know what will be the best way to honor this tree. Please contact me at karla@treesatlanta.org

    Thank you for your time and we hope to see you at the Root Ball!

    Click here for details: treesatlanta.org/news/root-ball-2015/

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