UPCOMING PROGRAMS

*Nature Camp WEE ONES (4-5) PM session
July 23 - 26 |
Creek Bend Farm

Nature exploration and outdoor fun for our youngest explorers at Creek Bend Farm!

Spilling the Tea
July 24 |
Creek Bend Farm

Spilling the Tea allows you to enjoy an afternoon tea in the Homestead House while exploring life in the 1940s. July will focus on the Fourth of July. Registration is required

CAMP OUT at the WNC
July 31 - August 1 |
Creek Bend Farm

Give your campers a night out! Camp on the front lawn of the Wilson Nature Center and have some night-time fun.

Hexagon Placemats
August 6 |
Wolf Creek Park

Learn how to create hexagon placemats from scrap material. Beginner sewing experience needed. All supplies will be provided. Registration is required.

Trail Hike
August 22 |
Ringneck Ridge Wildlife Area

Learn about late summer wildflowers and insects while hiking at Ringneck Ridge. We will be walking on uneven trails. Registration is required. Please bring a water bottle.

Spilling the Tea
August 28 |
Creek Bend Farm

Spilling the Tea allows you to enjoy an afternoon tea in the Homestead House while learning about life in the 1940s. August will focus on 1946. Registration is required.

EXPLORE YOUR SANDUSKY COUNTY PARKS

North Coast Inland Trail

The Sandusky County portion of the North Coast Inland Trail, or NCIT, is a 28-mile multi-use trail that travels between Elmore and Bellevue.

Ringneck Ridge Wildlife Area

The diverse habitats include open fields, woodlands, wet meadows, and limestone barrens.

The Woods at the Luscombe Farm

A 1-mile loop trail meanders through this picturesque 55-acre woodlot which consists of maples, hickories, oaks, and spicebush.

Wolf Creek Park

Nestled along the banks of the Sandusky River

White Star Park

White Star Park consists of 797 acres and four distinct areas which include; White Star Quarry, White Star Campground, Barn and Cabins, and Doug Haubert Wetland.

Tea Kaufman Homestead

This 14-acre property is directly adjacent to the North Coast Inland Trail and serves as an access point to the trail.

Shelley Wetland

This 17-acre, bowl-shaped wetland was created when gravel was removed for the construction of the New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railway

Don W. Miller Memorial Park

Home of our Administrative Offices. Donated by Black Swamp Conservancy, this 80-acre park is located on the Sandusky River adjacent to the Blue Banks

Franklin and Phillip Rose Wildlife Area

Located at the mouth of Muddy Creek this wetland area is used for programming purposes only.

Decoy Marsh

Previously a private hunt club, this 67-acre property consists of wetlands and diked marsh areas

Christy Farm Nature Preserve

Visitors can enjoy a walk along the Muskellunge Creek or catch a glimpse of an active heron rookery

Mull Covered Bridge

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places this “town lattice” truss type bridge is one of the last remaining covered bridges in Northwest Ohio.

Blue Heron Reserve

This 160 acre propery features seasonal wetlands, grassy trails, and a mile of boardwalk trail.

Creek Bend Farm

Featuring the Wilson Nature Center, the Wildlife Library and Children's Activity Area