Location: 10 miles west of Athens at the junction of State Routes 56 and 356.
Contact: Waterloo Wildlife Research Station
Information about the wildlife area and research station is available at: Waterloo Wildlife Research Station, 360 E. State Street, Athens
This rugged, heavily forested wildlife area is located 10 miles west of Athens at the junction of State Routes 56 and 356. The Waterloo Wildlife Research Station occupies the entire wildlife area.
Due to its abundant fauna, Waterloo is part of the Division of Wildlife’s “Watchable Wildlife” program. Waterloo is home to more than 80 species of birds. Visitors can hike, fish in one of three ponds, and hunt in season.