From Hwy 64 in Savannah, take Hwy 128 south for approximately 2.5 miles and turn right on Diamond Island Road. Stay left as the road splits at McGinley Loop. At the bottom of the hill turn left again. You are now on Pittsburg Landing Road, and after approximately .4 miles you will enter the natural area. There are no developed parking locations. You may park along Pittsburg Landing Road or in an undeveloped parking area on the east side of the road.
Walker Branch is a 225-acre natural area located just miles south of Savannah in Hardin County. The upland seeps provide significant breeding habitat for dragonflies and damselflies. An astonishing 37 species of these taxa have been identified at Walker Branch.
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