First opened more than 30 years ago, the Sweet Gum Trail is open to the public and features a paved trail, man-made pond, native plant garden, the historic Kingfisher Cabin, and environmental sculpture by Beverly Buchanan. With the help of Maegan Ennis, the Museum has put together a Sweet Gum Trail Digital Field Notebook that helps us better understand the natural world around us! In this Digital Notebook, you will find a map of the trail, a brief history and description of the Sweet Gum Trail, and educational material on the plant life you will encounter throughout. You can access the notebook here via the link above or walk through and scan the QR codes available