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Leslie C wrote a review Aug 2019
Brewster, Ohio102 contributions22 helpful votes
Hubby and I took our grandkids for a morning of hiking and just looking at all the beauty that surrounded us. Was not disappointed. We only live a few miles from here and this was the first time we had went....we will be going back quite often.
Date of experience: August 2019
richmR9256GH wrote a review May 2019
Awesome place to see nature so much to see. Great for adults and kids. Interactive things to do inside, as well as hiking trails, and picnic tables.
Date of experience: May 2019
Normandie1936 wrote a review Jan 2019
Massillon, Ohio213 contributions30 helpful votes
Just completed another visit to one of our favorite places in Stark County. Took our boys there for years. Now, they've grown up and we still visit. Great resource for information about the out of doors.
Date of experience: January 2019
Diane B wrote a review Sep 2018
North Canton, Ohio1,649 contributions92 helpful votes
The center / building is lovely but doesn’t have great curb appeal or a great welcoming feeling. Maybe better signage would help with this. When we went inside the entry, there was a woman at the front desk reading a book. She did not look up or greet us until we finally said “Hello”. Then she was helpful in telling us about the center and the hiking. We went upstairs where there are some exhibits on Ohio animals, rocks, trees, etc. There is a bird watching room where the windows look directly out on trees, birdhouses, feeding stations, etc. There is a large room for children to discover, learn and play. There was a live snake, turtle, and bee hive. There is an auditorium and several meeting rooms that can be reserved for use by groups. The center hosts special events, classes, and learning opportunities for children and adults. On the first floor is a wonderful gift shop for adults and children with everything nature oriented. Outside there is a wonderful shelter for picnics or gatherings. There are several areas for hiking. The trails are easy to moderate in degree. They are gravel or grass or packed earth with a few bridges over creeks. (No rocks or roots to trip over) This organization receives no government funding and depends on donations and private funding. …
Date of experience: October 2018
650donaldr wrote a review Aug 2018
Ancaster9 contributions2 helpful votes
What a joy to discover this gem in the wilderness literally. awesome interactive activities for the children to learn about Local history of plant and fauna. we would definitely need to return to explore the hiking trails, you can borrow a stocked backpack to supply you with things to make the journey more enjoyable. A nice climate controlled lookout to see birds. They also have a very cool active beehive where you can hear the see and hear the bees at work.…
Date of experience: August 2018