The Outdoor Discovery Center Macatawa Greenway (ODCMG) is a non-profit outdoor education organization. Through its programs, demonstration areas and interpretive exhibits, the Center provides students and community members with up-close views of nature and learning opportunities about the West Michigan environment. The ODC Nature Preserve is a 130 acre preserve with almost 5 miles of trails that are open dawn to dusk. In the winter, you can rent snowshoes to explore the trails.
What do snakes eat? Since they are carnivores, their diet consists of things like toads, worms, and mice. Visit Founders Hall to see these awesome pre... View Details
Explore the trails of the ODC Nature Preserve with a naturalist. Who knows what you will find? Birds, mammals, trees and seeds are sure to provide opp... View Details
Make an ornament with some things collected from nature. Materials such as seeds, sticks, and leaves will be used to make a unique Christmas ornament.... View Details
The purpose of each stand-alone “Nature School” class is to introduce the wonders of the natural world to young children. Crafts, activiti... View Details
Come to the ODC for a Scavenger Hunt that changes weekly! Pick up your copy at the front desk of the Visitors Center. The scavenger hunt will take yo... View Details
Learn about animals using a children's book and then see a related animal up close and personal. The program is ideal for little ones who can sit thro... View Details
Learn about animals using a children's book and then see a related animal up close and personal. Special for this program, there will be at least one ... View Details