Adopted August 2011
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find at EMNC...
Miles of trails
specimens to touch,
exhibits to explore
Native Plant Garden
and a bird feeding station.
It's time to schedule school field trips, Native American programs, and LIVE birds of prey programs for fall and winter.
Programs available for Pre-K to 12th grade, as well as scouts, families, and community organizations.
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Ways to enjoy your visit...|
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
Did you recently replace your cell phone or cell phone battery?
Donate your old or unused cell phone, smartphones, ipods, tables, and iphones to the Nature Center.
We'll recycle them and your cell phone batteries in an environmentally-friendly way. The Nature Center receives a donation for them, and you'll know that no water is being polluted and people being poisoned.
Watch for collection signs. Sites include: Gay's True Value and Van Duzer's Gas Station. If you have a site for a collection sign & recycling box, or need more information, call 570-836-3835.
Ticks thrive in spring & fall weather!
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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. Call Camp Lackawanna for details 570-348-0643 or CLICK HERE today.
Rental facilities include:
Camp Lackawanna is owned and operated by the Presbytery of Lackawanna, a group of Presbyteryian Churches in NEPA.
- Main Lodge: Meeting space for 100 people equipt with a commerical-type kitchen, large stone fireplace, and large screen porch.
- Smryl Lodge: Sleeps 28 people and has a house-sized kitchen, meeting room, and large porch.
- Pavilion: Large picnic pavilion with BBQ pit and seating for approx. 100.
- Open-air Cabins: Sleep 8 people, screened windows, electricity, some have covered porches. Easy access to the bathhouse.
- Group Camping Site: Tent camping sites with water and 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 rings, access to the Susquehanna River, and amphitheater.
The Endless Mountains Nature Center is a proud member of the Association for Nature Center Administrators.
Aug 10-Dec 1
8 am to dusk, everyday
Closed for hunting
except Dec 8
Open 8 am-dusk, everyday
June 17-Aug 9
Sat 8 am-dusk
Sun 8 am-5 pm
Kiwanis Nature Park
Dawn to dusk
Trail is barely passable due to storm damage.
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.