Annual Appeal Underway|
Support your Nature Center today by making a donation to the Annual Appeal. Donations are used to keep the doors and trails open, free and discounted programs possible, and the heat on. Your donation is very important to keep the Nature Center open all year.
Take a walk on "The Neck"|
Over 11 miles of well-marked trails wind through 360+ acres. It's secluded, beautiful, and peaceful. "The Neck" is the tightest oxbow in the Susquehanna River. It's comprised of about 1,000 acres, nearly all of this private property is protected from future development.
- Search for butterfles in the Native Plant Garden
- Peek at the Birds of Prey in their enclosures
- Borrow a Fundana and play a game along the trail
- Skip rocks across the river
- Search for fossils along the shore
- Bring a snack or lunch to eat at the Overlook or at the picnic table
- Relax, rejuvenate, and enjoy a very special part of the Endless Mountains
- Groups of 10 or more must have a reservation
It's time to renew your Support fo the Nature Center|
Make sure you and others have a place to renew your mind, spirit, and body by taking a walk on the trails or sit by the river and watch for migrating eagles as the water flows by.
Click here to renew or join today
Help us spread the word about our programs...|
join the email announcement list for reminders and send them to your friends. Send your request to the email address at the bottom of this page.
Ask identification and nature questions, share your nature-related experiences and photos, and learn about upcoming events, volunteer needs, and programs as part of our Facebook group: Endless Mountains Nature Center
To receive the next newsletter in the mail send your mailing address and your request to the email at the bottom of this page.
Your Support Makes A Difference!
By making a donation to the EMNC you help continue the education programs and recreational opportunities for hundreds of children, adults, and families. Please make a donation TODAY. Click here for details.
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Lodging & Meeting Space at Camp Lackawanna
It's a great place to RELAX and reconnect naturally!
It's a retreat center and youth camp nestled on 1,000-acre oxbow of the Susquehanna River. Rental facilities include:
For detailed information call 570-348-6043
- Main Lodge: Meeting space for 150 people equipt with a commerical-type kitchen and large screen porch.
- Smryl Lodge: Sleeps 30 people and has a house-sized kitchen, meeting room, and large screen porch.
- Pavilion: Large picnic pavilion with BBQ pit and seating for approx. 150.
- Open-air Cabins: Sleep 8 people, screened windows, electricity, some have covered porches.
- Group Camping Site: Tent camping sites with water and one fire ring.
- & amenities including a nature center, swimming pool, sand volleyball court, large mowed lawns, 11 miles of trails, scenic views, canoes, labyrinth, modern bath house, campfire ring, and amphitheater.
Camp Lackawanna is owned and operated by the Presbytery of Lackawanna, a group Presbyteryian Churches in NEPA.
The Endless Mountains Nature Center is a proud member of the Association for Nature Center Administrators.
Closed for hunting
except Dec 8
Open 8 am-dusk, everyday
June 17-Aug 16
Sat 8 am-dusk
Sun 8 am-5 pm
Aug 12-Dec 1
8 am to dusk, everyday
Kiwanis Nature Park
Dawn to dusk
Trail is barely passable due to storm damage.
Endless Mountains Nature Center's newsletter...don't miss an issue.
To receive the next issue make a donation to support the EMNC. You'll receive the newsletter in the mail (if you wish), discounted and free programs, and the good feeling of improving your community.
Click here for more information on making a stewardship donation.
Found an injured or orphaned wild animal?
Place in a box with air holes. Keep warm and quiet. Call a wildlife rehabilitator IMMEDIATELY:
Delaware Valley Raptor Center,
Raptors only (hawks, owls, vultures)
Second Chance Wildlife Center,
Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation Center,
All PA Wildlife Rehabilitators can be found through their association at pawr.com
Most rehabilitators are volunteers with other jobs. You will be asked to take the injured animal to the rehabilitator or at least meet them half way. Please give them a donation to help care for the injured animal.