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Nature Center Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm

Park Hours: dawn-dusk

All outdoor restrooms currently open.

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Recent Trail & Bird Sightings

September 24

Two black bear were spotted near Paxton Creek.

September 24

The Boardwalks and Tall Timbers Trail are now open.

September 23

The North Boardwalk and the Delta Boardwalks are closed today due to flooding.

September 20

TOWPATH TRAIL TO BE CLOSED Tuesday, September 21, 7am – 4pm for European Hornet treatments.

Tall Timbers Trail is currently closed due to a Yellow-jacket Nest.

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Wildwood News

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Posted September 8, 2021

Save The Boardwalk

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Posted September 8, 2021

Office Space for Rent

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Upcoming Events

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Leave No Trace teaches us how responsible actions can help protect the outdoors. Join a Naturalist at Detweiler Park for a fun, interactive session to learn about the seven principles of Leave No Trace and how to apply them during time spent outdoors! We will go for a short hike, stopping frequently for activities. Wear comfortable shoes for walking and bring water. Program fee includes take home items for each child. Ages 10-14, one chaperone per child. Space is limited. Pre-registration required.