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The Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve provides educational and recreational opportunities to encourage persons of all ages to develop and practice a sound environmental ethic, which reflects an understanding and appreciation of nature.

Walk, jog, hike, or ski the 8 miles of scenic trails weaving through diverse habitats: meadow, cedar swamp, forest, prairie, and pond.

Visit the earth sheltered nature center to see exciting, educational exhibits and browse in the bookstore. Take advantage of adult, family, and children's workshops and programs, guided tours, and special events throughout the year.

Location: 4815 N. Lynndale Drive, Appleton Wisconsin 54913 Telephone 920-731-6041

Other Education nearby:
(Appleton) Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve
(Green Bay) Great Explorations Children's Museum
(Appleton) Lawrence University

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