Outside

Outside The Wild Center there are forests, a winding river, our own trout-filled pond, and trail walks both brief and long.

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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Hopscotch, A Stickwork sculpture

Stickwork

As children, we use sticks to build forts, play games—where ever our imagination would lead us. Artist Patrick Dougherty has tapped into that nostalgia to create a larger-than-life sculpture that is inspired by childhood and the natural world of the Adirondacks.

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Bellinger Sculpture

Barney Bellinger’s Welded Steel: Shape, Form & Light

Barney Bellinger’s Welded Steel: Shape, Form & Light is the Adirondack artist’s first exhibition of large-scale steel sculpture.

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“a very interactive place..”

Montreal Gazette

Trails

Explore the trails on the 115-acre campus on your own or on one of our guided Naturalist walks.

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Canoe Trips

A canoe trip will bring you even closer to the real nature of the Adirondacks.

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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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