Nature Center at Clark Reservation State Park
Park visitors are encouraged to stop by the Nature Center, which is operated by the Friends of Clark Reservation. There, visitors will learn more about the natural history of the park through fossil and wildlife exhibits. The Center contains a small library of field guides and information on the flora, fauna, and geology of Clark Reservation, including exhibits of birds, mammals, insects, and fossils.
The Nature Center is open Memorial weekend through Labor Day. The Center is staffed by volunteers during the week from 11 am to 3 pm. A naturalist will be available from 10 am to 3 pm during weekends and holidays during the season.
Please visit the website calendar page to see Nature Center hours and activities.
School Classroom and Group visits
Special programs can be scheduled with Katie Mulverhill, Environmental Educator, by calling the Regional Office at
Learn about the Connect Kids to Parks Field Trip Grant Program (Connect Kids) which is a field trip refund grant program connecting New York schoolchildren with nature and New York State history.
Follow the progress of the Nature Center's interior upgrades!