Nestled just on the Milledgeville city limits, Tobler Creek Trail at Andalusia Farm is open to visitors Tuesday through Saturday 10 am-4 pm and Sunday from 2 pm-4 pm. The 3/4 mile leaf-covered trail loops around the low cow pond, nearby tall field grass, and through the dense woods and back again. Along this brief trek, be on the lookout for various wildlife, from smaller chipmunks and hummingbirds to larger wild turkeys and deer.
Following your stroll, walk in the footsteps of the famous American author Flannery O’Connor at her home from 1951 to 1964 after being diagnosed with Lupus. Flannery completed the majority of her literary work while she lived at Andalusia Farm. Following her death, the home remained in her family until 2003 when it was made into a museum and later gifted to her alma mater, Georgia College, in 2017. The museum’s mission is to care for, collect, interpret, and exhibit items that illustrate her life on the farm. Also, be sure to check out the Peacock exhibit where Flannery’s favorite birds reside!