A great place for young children to adolescent to adult. Has many interesting displays of the local history including local Indian tribes, as well as nature displays. Classes are offered in a number of different nature related fields, as well as organized walks, or you can just go for a walk on your own through the beautiful forest. Going to the display area is FREE! and my grandchildren just love all the hands on displays as well as the "investigation" area that includes a microscope to look at different animals, furs to touch, and crafts to be made. The nature viewing window is also exciting for kids, with lots of birds, squirrels, etc coming to the feeder. Another viewing area provides a gorgeous view of the Tittabawasee River that kids can use to zoom in on animals as well.with a high power binocular Hot Chocolate and Coffee are available at reasonable price while sitting in comfortable chairs to watch the river and wildlife. Clean bathrooms, and facility. Friendly staff ready to answer questions. Membership is available for locals who wish to help support the Nature Center. We love this place! - Belinda
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