Our goal is simple:
To create a place where nature, wildlife and agricultural experiences are accessible to kids who might not otherwise have these opportunities.
To achieve this, we are building an inclusive campus with facilities dedicated to serving those with special needs.
Since 2012, we’ve built a public road, 1/3 mile private drive, parking lot, fruit orchard, animal habitat, vegetable gardens, accessible fishing pier and a heated barn and pavilion with accessible restrooms. Additionally, we’ve planted thousands of evergreen trees and acres of wildflowers and prairie grasses.
Soon, our guests will enjoy 2,000 square feet of raised gardens, a year-round greenhouse, and an accessible treehouse with wildlife observation deck.