Field trips available during October and November.
Recreational activities include camping, picnicking, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, bird watching, wildlife viewing and hiking.
The Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary currently has over 40 animals including tigers, lions, cougars, leopards, bobcats, foxes, and coatimundis.
Farm and garden providing opportunities to volunteer, do co-op farming and animal adoption. Educational programs available.
Open to the public from October - November. Fall, Summer and Spring Field Trips available.
Nature Walks and Field Trips for birding, photography, hiking and nature study are available by appointment.
The Diamond D Ranch is an actual working horse and cattle ranch covering over 500 acres.
Students will be led to draw comparisons between the lives of rural farm families and their own lives.
Hands-on classroom activities and interactive walks through state-of-the-art exhibits and outdoor natural areas.
Features a museum-style learning experience and a state-of-the-art rehabilitation center and veterinary clinic.
Features interpretive displays; three aquariums (saltwater, brackish water, and freshwater) containing live creatures; full-scale models of fish hanging from the ceiling, weekend nature movies, a scavenger hunt list for kids, and more.
Melanie Cain-Stage speaks about animal habits, Florida wildlife, and how people can help to preserve the environment.
Home to Perfect Lil’ Pony Parties. Pumpkin Patch when in season.
Field trips are self-guided, but you are encouraged to attend keeper talks and schedule an education program to maximize the resources available.
Offers hands-on, educational programs for schools, home school groups, scouts, and community groups.
Animal encounters at their location or yours.
St. Johns Riverkeeper offers class/group presentations and field trips to school, home schools and the community.