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This review is mainly for the accessibility of the location - my son is in a wheelchair.
The building itself, including exhibits on the second floor are all accessible. The floating path to bog and the paths around are not all that great for a...More
Fabulous example or a tamarack bog. Cool nature path take you through this relic of the ice age. This environment is much like area found far north in Canada. Nice small museum and gift show. Animals include herons, hawks, raccoons, and muskrats.
We spent about 4 hours here, walking, birdwatching, searching for frogs, and watching the clouds roll by! The trail is 2.75 miles, flat, and easy to walk. There is a floating walkway into the bog, and a frog pond by the visitor center. The visitor...More
A beautiful outdoor experience, anytime of year, but Spring is spectacular with all of the wildlife being active. Many, many species of birds, enjoy the boardwalk through the bog or visit the indoor barn with its interactive displays. A hidden treasure.
Floating walkways provide a short trail ("Interpretive trail", 0.5 mile) to the center of the bog. Tamarack trees have needles like evergreens, but the needles turn golden yellow in the fall and then drop off. New needles grow in spring. The bog has a low...More