What can you do at Maplewood Nature Center?
A popular spot for hikers, families, and all kinds of groups, Maplewood Nature Center is the gateway to, and one of, 14 Neighborhood Preserves. Here, you will find a Visitor Center with live snakes and salamanders, and 1.5 miles of hiking trails that wind through wetlands and woods. Visitor amenities include interactive exhibits, both indoor and out, trail kiosk, picnic area and nature play yard, wildflower demonstration gardens including rain gardens, and more.
Maplewood Nature Center offers public Programs and Events. Have a question for our Staff? Ask it Here.
2018 Maplewood Buckthorn Curbside Pick-up is the week of October 29.
UPCOMING CONSTRUCTION ALERT: Local access to the nature center may be affected by the E 7th and Mayhill street reconstruction this fall.
Utilities are being installed in October. Beware of heavy equipment and uneven ground where the work is being done in the nature center yard.
Please call the nature center at 651-249-2170 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about access.
Thank you for your patience during this time.
Trail Hours at the Nature Center & Preserves
Open 1/2 hour before sunrise to 1/2 hour after sunset every day of the year
Things you can do at the nature center include
- Attend a program/Bring your class
- Have a birthday party
- Learn about the Environment
- Rain gardens
- Self-guiding activities
Please be advised that no pets of any kind are allowed in this Wildlife Sanctuary. Nesting birds, mammals
Resources and Links
- The Nature Center participates in Sustainability Projects for the City of Maplewood, including Sustainable Maplewood Project 2050, the Environmental Insert for the city's newsletter and Maplewood's City Staff 'Green Team,' and assists with portions of the city’s Tree Program
- Tree Rebate (PDF)
- Edgerton Community Garden