Enjoy the open landscapes and grooves of the valley once the leaves have fallen. We’ll hike the Scenic Loop trail and see who’s out and about today.
Enjoy a cup of hot coffee and brush up on your bird identification skills as we sit and watch for chickadees, cardinals and various woodpeckers through our one way glass windows.
What are turtles doing now that cold weather has arrived? Do they sleep or are they active throughout the winter? Come with your questions as we look at a Midland painted turtle. We will also include a turtle craft for the children.
Children and adults, please join excellent storytelling artists and hear stories about the Frost Giant, Big Snow Animals in the Wilderness and others.
Stop by today to make a nature ornament out of a wooden tree cookie. Kids can make one for home and another to give as a gift.
Bring your best friend to the park for some exercise and socialization. We will hike the wooded trails in search of interesting sights and smells.
Birds are busy in the winter. We’ll learn all about the lives of our winter birds and attempt to feed the chickadees, titmice and nuthatches at the Overlook shelter.
Immerse yourself in nature and awaken your flow with vinyasa poses.
On this shortest day of the year, we’ll hike beneath the snowy trees and watch the sky fade at sunset.
Join naturalist Foster Brown as we trek under the Long Nights Full Moon on the Sylvan Loop trail. If the weather cooperates this spectacular moon should light up our path through this mature forest.
Winter is a time of bird abundance if you take the time to look. Join Naturalist Natalie Schroder on an adventure through the woods to our legendary overlook and try your hand at feeding chickadees, nuthatches and titmice.
Take a walk under majestic old hemlock and beech trees as we explore the trails in A.B. Williams Memorial Woods.