We decided to visit this nature center since it was free and we wanted to do a little walking in the woods. We started the visit with a nice quiet picnic lunch at the center. The center is tucked back in next to a house so it's not real noticeable. After lunch, we went inside the building to have a look. GREAT place for kids!!!! Our kids are 23 and 19, but we all enjoyed it very, very much!! After viewing the live and stuffed animal exhibits, we ventured out on the trails. The trails were short enough for young hikers, but pretty enough for all. We saw black squirrels and a young deer while hiking. We have never seen black squirrels before so that was interesting to us. This is a wonderful place for a family to visit!!! It's hard to believe that it is free. We did put a small donation in the jug that day. Definitely a place to stop and visit!! A great place to teach children about nature, our land, animals, and our living world!!
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