You don't need to drive out of town to get in touch with nature: take a walk on the wild side at DeGraaf Nature Center. If you have 20 minutes or 2 hours, you will enjoy exploring the woodland, shrub, marsh and pond trails of this 18 acre preserve located within the Holland city limits.
During the winter, snow permitting, you may borrow a pair of snowshoes to explore the trails. Mostly intermediate to advanced trails that are well-marked for cross-country skiing or snowshoeing.
The Brower Interpretive Center is brimming with information and hands-on displays and special events are scheduled throughout the year.
No pets allowed on trails.
Start by learning a bit about our native woodpeckers and then dive into making a pizza for them. The crust is made of suet (animal fat) and toppings ... View Details
This three month series is a special time for pre-school age children, 3-5 years of age. Each month has its own nature theme. Indoor and outdoor act... View Details
This three month series is a special time for pre-school age children, 3-5 years of age. Each month has its own nature theme. Indoor and outdoor a... View Details
Make your own aluminum “urban” snowshoes that are light weight and easy to take on and off with ratchet bindings (included). This three m... View Details