Near our main entrance, the harvest garden has an abundance of fall fruits and vegetables such as pumpkins and sunflowers.
Fall foliage walk
A walk amongst the vibrant colors of fall foliage is good for the soul. Our Thicket Trail is a beautiful .33 mile hike with a variety of deciduous goodness.
Top 5 Tips to dress warm on fall hikes
Getting outside for a fall hike amongst the colorful foliage is a wonderful way to get exercise and give you a positive boost.
As warm summer weather dwindles, the now cooler autumn days and nights require a shift in clothing choices for outdoor activities. Fortunately, staying warm and comfortable playing outside or going on an autumn hike or walk is easy to do. Simply follow these top five tips that work for both adults and kids. Remember, there's no bad weather, only bad clothing choices. If you dress for success with these five tips, your fall hikes will be an absolute pleasure.
Connecting children in grades kindergarten – grade 6 to the natural world by integrating the foundations of Science, Technology, Engineering,
What is Environmental Explorers?
**FREE, standards aligned program to discuss topics in environmental science and complete
interactive STEM challenges.
When and where do the Environmental Explorers meet?
**Sessions are held throughout the year at the Environmental Learning Barn.
**Parents are welcome to stay on reserve property while their children are exploring the program.
Take a Bird Hike Along our trails