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Churchville Nature Center

501 Churchville Lane

Our Mission:

The mission of the Center is to instill an awareness and appreciation of the natural world in all people through education, and to encourage responsible environmental stewardship with a commitment to the preservation of resources and wildlife habitat.


Max J. Jennings

Saturday, May 12, 2018
I like stopping here after work just to get some fresh air and take a stroll through the woods. Paths are well maintained and despite being surrounded by roads, there is a good amount of nature to be found. The views overlooking the lake are incredible.

Ashley James

Sunday, March 4, 2018
A really nice nature center with a lot of self-guided displays about local wildlife, history, foliage, and rocks. They also do parties, which we're considering (the big open spaces are great for parties, also, not pictured is an education room where they have summer camp). The trails are great year round, even in early March, we saw a family of deer, and a lot of birds, can't wait to see it in bloom. They have live reptiles and insects. They also have a butterfly house in summer, which I can't wait to see. It's not very large, not the fanciest, but it's a great place to take the kids for an hour or two.

James Booth

Monday, May 21, 2018
Tells you about the Lenape people before any other people came over to America and took over. Very interesting lessons, and the teachers are amazing. I would suggest going with your grade as a field trip, or just with your family on the weekend.

Toni Sterling

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018
This place caught me off guard how nice it was and I visited in the middle of winter. The indoor section has nice exhibits, library and gift shop. We hikes the surrounding trails which was beautiful and we even saw a family of deer. Can't wait to go back in the summer when ever thing is full bloom.

Amy Mazza

Saturday, June 16, 2018
Member of BCAS, we meet there. Gorgeous park

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