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Kay Environmental Center

At first glance, a visitor is struck by the beauty and size of the meadows and the many flowering trees, shrubs and wildflowers that surround the Elizabeth D. Kay Environmental Center. A looping trail through one of the fields allows a closer look at the various plant, bird and mammal species that reside in the meadow habitat.

Among the many habitats at the Kay Center is a stately hardwood forest with trails that wind down through a breathtaking Eastern Hemlock forest to the edge of the Black River. Visitors can also follow the river to historic Cooper Gristmill; however, a permit must be obtained at the Kay Center or from the Park Police to walk the environmentally sensitive trails leading to the Black River Gorge.

Visitors Center Handicapped Accessible Accommodations
Seasonal Schedule
Pets Not Welcome
Restrooms Handicapped Accessible Accommodations

Things To Do
Guided Nature Hikes
X-Country Skiing



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