Seasonal help wanted

Day Camp Educator Description Do you love working with children and nature? We’re seeking a person to be part of the 2018 Nature Day Camp. Dates: June 25 to August 17, 2018. Transportation required. Qualifications: 1. Must be… Read More

Registration Open for Nature Day Camp

Explore! Discover! Play! Smaller groups for 2017. Four great locations. Science, learning, & hiking for 4-17 year old children and teens run by the Endless Mountains Nature Center.

Amazing Summer Planned! An overview of our very popular summer day camp is found on the Nature Day Camp page, click this link or use the menu at the top of the page. To review the dates and… Read More

Live bird programs

Pictures of three of the Endless Mountains Nature Center's education ambassador animals. On the left is a close up of an Eastern Screech Owl, center picture is a head shot of a Red-tailed Hawk, and the right image is of a woman with a Barred Owl.

Schedule a LIVE bird program for your event, school, or group in Northeast Pennsylvania A live bird or birds can visit your students, scouts, community group, or visitors to your special event. Naturalist and birder, Rebecca Lesko will… Read More

Thank you for the rack cards

Thank you to the Wyoming County Room Tax Fund and the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau for funding the Endless Mountains Nature Center's new rack cards.

By sharing these cards you spread the word about the Nature Center These new rack cards are being displayed and shared across the region, thanks to the Wyoming County Room Tax Fund and Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau. The… Read More

Camp Lackawanna

Merrill Lodge with Doll Mountain in the background

A hidden gem in the Endless Mountains. Camp Lackawanna is owned and operated by the Presbytery of Lackawanna, which is a group of 50 churches in northeastern Pennsylvania. To discover more about their rental facilities, rates, hunting access,… Read More

The trails are calling…come take a walk TODAY!

A wide path cuts through the lush forest and disappears over a knoll.

Eleven miles of trails This network of paths crisscross over 350 acres of The Vosburg Neck, and connects to the new trails on the neighboring Howland Preserve. The Nature Center’s trails are well-marked and mowed regularly. Walk along… Read More

Wildlife Resources

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