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Oatland Island Wildlife Center

711 Sandtown Rd, Savannah, GA 31410

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Oatland Island "Toddler Tuesday" - Toddler Tuesday is a popular program for preschoolers.Visitor Center and Classrooms - Originally built in 1927 as a retirement home for the "Brotherhood of Railroad Conductors".Camanche the Cougar - The facility now houses a wide variety of animals that are native to North America.Marine Ecology - As a unit of the Chatham County Public School System, the Center offers a wide variety of science field trip programs for each grade level.The Annual Halloween Hike - One of the four major fundraising events held each year. Proceeds from which aid in animal care and exhibit maintenance and renovations.Logo - Over 40 years in the making, Oatland Island Wildlife Center is a jewel for school children as well as visitors.Buy A Board program - An ongoing fundraising campaign through the Friends of Oatland Island, Inc. our 501C3 support group.gray wolf - One of many native animal species on exhibit on the two-mile walking trail.Bald Eagle - Many of our animal residence have been injured and are no longer able to survive in the wild.Hide and Seek! - In the Friends of Oatland Gift Shop you might find a furry friend to take home with you!
Oatland Island "Toddler Tuesday" - Toddler Tuesday is a popular program for preschoolers.Visitor Center and Classrooms - Originally built in 1927 as a retirement home for the "Brotherhood of Railroad Conductors".Camanche the Cougar - The facility now houses a wide variety of animals that are native to North America.Marine Ecology - As a unit of the Chatham County Public School System, the Center offers a wide variety of science field trip programs for each grade level.The Annual Halloween Hike - One of the four major fundraising events held each year. Proceeds from which aid in animal care and exhibit maintenance and renovations.Logo - Over 40 years in the making, Oatland Island Wildlife Center is a jewel for school children as well as visitors.Buy A Board program - An ongoing fundraising campaign through the Friends of Oatland Island, Inc. our 501C3 support group.gray wolf - One of many native animal species on exhibit on the two-mile walking trail.Bald Eagle - Many of our animal residence have been injured and are no longer able to survive in the wild.Hide and Seek! - In the Friends of Oatland Gift Shop you might find a furry friend to take home with you!
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Info & Amenities

The mission of the Oatland Wildlife Center is to provide our guests with memorable experiences to help them make stronger connections to the natural world.

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Meetings

We have 5 large rooms that can be rented for meeting space. Two on the first floor and three on the second floor.

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948eml | Jan 16, 2021
“wonderful oasis”

Nice little place to spend a few hours. Admission is very inexpenisve at 3 dollars a head. Online reservation system is actually great. I wouldnt want to go here when it is crowded ( more on that...

SayCheese | Dec 7, 2020
“Diverse ecosystems ideal for hiking”

Visited early Dec. Had place to ourselves. Strolled slowly for 3 hours around the grounds. Nice walking surfaces and boardwalks. Great for all ages. Most was in shade, a bit breezy more on the marsh...

594jenm | Oct 29, 2020
“Awesome Nature Preserve”

We enjoyed our afternoon at Oatland very much! We walked along the trail enjoying the local plants as well as the animals. There aren't a ton of animals but it's laid out well and the walk is very...