The Jennings Environmental Education Center is surrounded by approximately 300 acres of a fragile ecosystem. The Center provides environmental education and interpretive programs which explore a wide variety of ecological and environmental topics. School, youth and other organized groups are invited to participate in workshops and interpretive talks. Call the park office for a schedule and to make a reservation.
In addition, the Jennings Center provides college level students with internship experiences in environmental education, interpretation and resource management. A visitor center contains displays, exhibits, and information on environmental issues and local natural resources. The center staff provides services and assistance in plant and animal identification, conducting and developing environmental programs and supplying information relative to environmental issues.
Diverse habitat, varying terrain and several miles of walking trails provide the center visitor with opportunities to view and photograph over 386 species of plants, 134 species of birds and a large variety of animals.
The office is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The grounds are open from 8 a.m. to sunset, seven days a week for hiking and other nature related activities.