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Welcome to our backyard.

The Wild Center’s outdoor-only experience is currently open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm.

Here’s what you need to know before you go

 

Download the Outdoor Campus Map

 

Make a Reservation

Please note: The timeframes listed on the reservation page represent when your party should plan to arrive.  Once at the Center, please feel free to stay as long as you would like. All sales are final: there are no refunds, cancellations or rescheduling.

Welcome Back

We reopen on July 15. Learn what to expect during your visit.

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Reopening FAQ’s

We understand there may be some questions while you’re planning your visit.

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Current Hours

The Wild Center Outdoor Experience is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm. Timed ticket reservations are required before visiting. Make a reservation here.

Please Note: After Indigenous Peoples Day (October 12), The Wild Center will be open Friday-Sunday, 10am – 5pm.

  • Adult Ticket (18 - 64)$20
  • Senior/Military Ticket (65+)$18
  • Youth Ticket (5 - 17)$12
  • Age 4 and UnderFree
  • MembersFree

Make a Ticket Reservation

Please note: The timeframes listed on the reservation page represent when your party should plan to arrive.  Once at the Center, please feel free to stay as long as you would like. All sales are final. There are no refunds, cancellations or rescheduling.

While we all love our pets, dogs, except for service dogs, are not allowed in the Center, on Wild Walk, or on our trail system during open hours.

Wild Walk

Walk up a trail of bridges to the treetops of the Adirondack forest. Visit a four-story twig tree house, swing on bridges, clamber over a spider’s web or climb to the full-sized bald eagle’s nest at the highest point.

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The Pines Wild Play Area

The Pines is a chance to play away from a manufactured experience. A tipped up tree, piles of sticks, and log drums all fill a clearing in the woods.

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walking in iForest

Forest Music

Immerse your senses in an experience that combines nature, technology and art. Twenty-four speakers placed throughout the trail envelopes guests in music that blends with natural sounds of the forest.

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“a very interactive place..”

Montreal Gazette