Explore miles of trails, view wildlife, and travel back to a time when making butter took all day. The Chippewa Nature Center is hosting their fall festival as they enter the autumn season.
Fall means fall harvests and our WCSG’s Travelin’ Together series stops at the Chippewa Nature Center in Midland for their fall festivities.
The nature center will be hosting a number of indoor and outdoor activities to usher in the fall season. Visit the Ecosystem Gallery for an overview of the four ecosystems on the campus. The Wildlife Viewing Area offers an unobstructed view of various animals that call the area home. But you don’t have to stay inside. You can walk close to 19 miles of trails on the property.
Next weekend will be the annual Fall Harvest Festival where you can enjoy demonstrations, crafts, and activities that reflect 19th century farm life during harvest season. Music, making apple butter, and make and take home arts and crafts will be available for the kids. Admission is free for kids and $5 for adults.
For more information visit their website at Chippewa Nature Center.