Monarch Bluff Picnic Area features a small shelter with tables and a water fountain. The close proximity to the Watershed Stewardship Center and all-purpose trail adds to the experiences available.
Take an evening hike with Naturalist Mayim Hamblen as we activate our five senses and connect to our surroundings using science.
Learn about the history of West Creek Reservation and the West Creek Watershed while helping remove litter.
Bring your dog or a two-legged friend along for any early morning walk.
Summer is painting a beautiful canvas all around West Creek.
Enjoy an evening walk to explore the fields, forests and wetlands of West Creek using all of your senses.
Bring the kids for a fun time searching for grasshoppers, praying mantids, and other meadow-dwellers.
Much was made last year of the return of the periodical cicadas, but did you know that we have other types of cicadas?
Naturalist Joe Higgins is on the hunt to collect spiders in the wetlands and forests of West Creek.
Adventures await as we explore the trails to experience the night's noises, look for nocturnal animals, and observe the stars.
As monarch migration gets under way, discover ways that you can help these regal butterflies on their journey to Mexico.
Get out and enjoy the last breath of summer before the fall winds blow into the region.
Who can discover the most species of insects, arachnids and other crawlers in our meadow?
Is it the Harvest, Hunter's Blood, or Travel Moon this month?
Located at the western boundary of West Creek Reservation, serving...
Plan your picnic at Keystone Shelter! This open-sided shelter...
Enjoy stream exhibits and learn about stormwater management and how...