Woodland Dunes Nature Center

View Website Favorite (1) 3000 Hawthorne Ave. - Two Rivers, WI 54241
Information: 920-793-4007

The Nature Center is open Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm. From April to October, the building is open on Saturdays as well from 9am-12pm. The trails and outdoor facilities are open dawn to dusk. Admission is free but donations are appreciated.

Woodland Dunes Nature Center manages and preserves over 1,300 acres with over 7 miles of trails through the marsh, meadows and wooden ridges. Around 260 species of birds have been recorded, including 36 species of warblers. Environmental education programs are offered throughout the year for adults and youth.
  • Free Admission
    • Yes
  • Shelter
    • Yes
  • Trail Length (miles)
    • 7
  • Toilets
    • Yes
  • Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type
    • Flat
    • Open
    • Wooded

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Certified: (Req. 30 Points)

To be certified through Travel Green Wisconsin, all participants must achieve at least 30 points on the Travel Green Wisconsin Checklist. The more points a business attains, the greener they are in their operations.

Green Innovations

  • Environmental sustainability is incorporated into the Center’s environmental education school programs, and students are encouraged to recycle, etc., when they eat at the Center
  • Additional insulation was installed into walls and attic
  • The Center uses a renewable solar energy source
  • The Center has restored or planted more than 200 acres to native shrub land and grass land and has several native flower demonstration areas to educate the public on the advantages of planting native species
  • The Center has discontinued the use of water in plastic bottles; uses compostable cups and tap water