Keeping Georgia Wild Festival on May 21st at Mansfield Wildlife Center

MANSFIELD, Georgia — Outdoor enthusiasts are urged to mark their calendars because it’s time to “” to go wild.

Free admission includes a range of activities focused on Georgia’s wildlife, conservation and outdoor recreation opportunities. Children can try archery, fishing, target shooting and tree climbing. Live animal presentations, crafts, solar gazing with the Charlie Elliott Astronomy Club, and exhibitors with wildlife-themed booths add to the celebrations.

Attendees will also receive a complimentary hot dog lunch.

Sponsors of this year’s event include the Georgia Wildlife Federation, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Outdoors, National Wild Turkey Federation and the Wildlife Resources Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

Before leaving Charlie Elliott’s estate, visitors should stop by the Visitor Center to tour the museum and take advantage of special offers in the gift shop.

To get to CEWC, take I-20 to exit 98. Go south on Hwy 11, go through Mansfield and go 3 miles south to the Marben Farm Road entrance on the left. Then follow the signs to the Discovery Area. This event takes place rain or shine.

Visit https://georgiawildlife.com/KeepingGAWILD for more information.