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This is such a wonderful place for a nature getaway in the middle of town. They constantly have programs for kids, families, schools, scouts, birthday parties, summer camps, etc. And they also have lovely self-guided tours. The center is small and has a few animals,...More
The arboretum is a special place for learning, exploring and appreciating nature. There are great programs for children including summer camp and many other activities throughout the year. The building itself is a lovely old example of the cottage design nestled in the woods.
I couldn't imagine how there could be nature trails in this area near route 24. They make great use of the space with meandering trails. There are hills and stairs and benches. The house has a small display including an active beehive. Eric was very...More
A great place to visit if you live in town or are driving through (or a short walk from the Short Hills Train Station). I try to take my girls (ages 9 and 10) there two or three times a year to walk along the...More
Very nice place for a short visit. The main stone house is very interesting and contains some live animals, a beehive and other exhibits. The grounds are pretty as well. No admission charge but you can make a donation. Good place for kids. The staff...More
Given that I live very close to CHA, I volunteer here often. In fact, I've volunteered here for 5 years. CHA features fun family activities, including Guided Hot Chocolate Hikes, or an event in late October called Creatures of the Night! These events really get...More