Hawk Woods Nature Center
3799 Bald Mountain Rd.
Whether you're visiting Hawk Woods Nature Center or having Hawk Woods come to you, you'll be able to enjoy a variety of hands-on activities to expand your students knowledge and appreciation of the outdooors. Registration is quick and easy!
Hawk Woods is looking for volunteers. If interested in how to become an official volunteer please give us a call at (248) 370-9353.
We need assistance with animal care, school and classroom visits, trail inspections along with greeting visitors at the nature center.
Hawk Woods offers endless opportunities for outdoor recreational activities. This unique facility offers groomed nature trails, a marsh boardwalk, a heated restroom/shower facility open year-round, a covered picnic shelter that can be reserved in season, a two-story Log Cabin Lodge with five overnight camping cabins, all complimented by 80 acres of beautiful woods, meadows and marsh.
The Lodge is a two-story log cabin which can be rented for meetings and/or activities on an hourly basis all year long. This unique facility, located in what seems like the middle of the woods up-north, is an ideal place for off-site business meetings, birthday parties, and family get-togethers. For an affordable and unique alternative for your next outing, consider the Dale E. Fisk Hawk Woods Nature Center Lodge. Call the Parks & Recreation at 248-370-9353 or visit our website for rental details and give it a try.
Camping at Hawk Woods
We have five log cabins available for rental for your family or group. Overnight camping with outdoor hikes and bonfires close to home at reasonable rates are yours for the asking. Call Parks & Recreation for more information at 248-370-9353.
Cabin fees: $30/$40 per night residents/non-residents – cabins sleep 6. $50 deposit required at time of reservation.
Lodge fees: $15 per hour resident/$20 per hour non-resident. Two hour minimum. See Map!
Summer Programs 2014
Pre-registration is required for all programs.
June 21 Reptiles and Amphibians (#314017C)
July 28 All About Crayfish (#314017A)
July 12 Butterflies (#314017B)
Register at least one week ahead of time for the program – all programs are appropriate for grade levels 1-8 and will be held from 11am to 12pm. Mr. Mansour is a certified teacher with years of science and outdoor education experience to share.
Father- Son- Campout
Enjoy our annual Father-Son Campout for a special, memory-filled time together. This program has proven to be one of our most popular, as dads and sons spend time with Mr. Mike hiking while doing outdoor nature activities. Camping in log cabins together with others into the night as the stars and sounds of the forest fill the air, while spending time around the campfire all make for a great weekend. Register today because these spots fill fast.
Schedule: Saturday, June 14/15, Check-in 3PM
Check-out Sunday morning 9AM (#234470)
Fee: $15 per person/ resident, $25/per person non-resident
Register: By June 1
We will spend the day filled with outdoor activities from Growing Up Wild and Project Learning Tree’s Exploring Early Childhood national guides. Lunch is included. SBCEU’s (5) will be available at cost day of workshop.
Location: Community Center
Schedule: Thursday, July 31, 9AM-3:30PM
Fee: $60/resident, $80/non-resident (#314018)
Register: By June 1
Mother- Daughter Campout
Enjoy an afternoon and evening adventure at our annual Mother-Daughter Campout. You’ll spend the afternoon hiking the trails together, making nature crafts and preparing a meal outdoors. Then enjoy an evening program in the lodge with refreshments. Bring your own sleeping bag and appropriate clothes for the weather. Our evening campfire can’t be beat.
Schedule: Saturday/Sunday, August 16 & 17
Check-in Saturday at 3PM / Check-out Sunday at 9AM
Fee: $15/resident, $25/non-resident (#313610)
Register: By August 1
Environmental Science Boy Scout Merit Badge
Mr. Mansour will be offering Environmental Science merit badge opportunities during the months of June and July by appointment. Email Mr. Mansour at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
Hawk Woods is looking for volunteers. If interested in how to become an official volunteer please give us a call at (248) 370-9353. We need assistance with animal care, school and classroom visits, trail inspections along with greeting visitors at the nature center.
Camping at Hawk Woods
We have five log cabins with three bunks and a two story lodge log cabin for rental for your family or group outing. Overnight camping with outdoor hikes and bonfires close to home at reasonable rates are yours for the asking. Call Parks & Recreation for more information at 248-370-9353.