Found this online and went here for a few hikes, but also went into the education center, which was terrific for teaching kids about habitats, the environment, nature, etc. We had a guide who was super-enthusiastic about her mission to teach kids to love and understand the great outdoors and she was really inspiring. We saw inside there a beaver's dam (no beaver) that kids could enter and see what it was like underneath, a bald eagle's nest (no eagle), interesting exhibits about the relative energy required to power different lights, fossils, animal tracks, etc. It was also small enough that it wouldn't be overwhelming for small kids.
There are a number of marked and not too challenging, yet interesting and pretty trails from this area. On one there were some small fossils kids could find in the rocks. Printed trail guides would describe different points of interest along the trail to teach people what to look for and what they were seeing.
We were really pleased we'd stopped. They also offer overnite visits fairly cheaply to groups of kids and adults, so perhaps we'll come back w/ a group.
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