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Sarett's Nature Center building is closed during this time. Trails remain open!

Please practice social distancing while hiking and do not bring pets on the trails.

There is currently no entrance fee to hike on the trails.

Please consider a donation to help us continue to serve our community!

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SKI AND SNOWSHOE AT SARETT

Rentals available during our regular business hours

Please call ahead for snow conditions

at 269-927-4832

View rental prices

and our Winter Trail Map

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at Sarett this month!

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Enjoy the benefits of Sarett membership for a low yearly cost!

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Sponsor An Animal

Donate to one of our friends at Sarett!

Become a Member

Sign up to become a Sarett member using our online form! Your membership is good for a whole year from when you sign-up. Enjoy benefits such as free admission and discounted rates for the Butterfly House, nature programs, and ski rentals.

Maple Sugaring

Learn from Sarett Nature Center Naturalist, Juliet, how to tap a maple tree, collect the sap, and cook it to make syrup or maple sugar candy with our virtual Maple Sugaring program on our YouTube channel!

Winter Trail Map

Sarett has many miles of hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoe trails through wetlands, prairie, and upland forest. Check out our winter trail map and visit today!

Upcoming Events

Feb
16

HOW TO MAPLE SUGAR AT HOME – A VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE

February 16 - March 27 - Have you ever wanted to make your own maple syrup at home? If so, here’s your chance. Watch our instructional video on how to tap a tree, collect the sap and how to boil the sap down to finally attain that sweet, golden goodness. Visit www.sarett.org to view the video. Need a spile? Visit www.sarett.org and choose online store.
Mar
06

Maple Sugaring Program

March 6, Saturday, 11:00 AM OR 1:00 PM - Welcome early spring with a “how to” demonstration on maple sugaring. Enjoy a talk and a stroll through the woods to learn how maple syrup is made. Learn to identify maple trees, how to tap and collect the sap and how to turn that sap into delicious amber syrup. Please call to register 269-927-4832. Members & children/ FREE. Non-members/ $5. Maple treats will be available for sale.
Mar
14

Maple Sugar Program

March 14, Sunday, 1:30 PM OR 3:00 PM - Welcome early spring with a “how to” demonstration on maple sugaring. Enjoy a talk and a stroll through the woods to learn how maple syrup is made. Learn to identify maple trees, how to tap and collect the sap and how to turn that sap into delicious amber syrup Please call 269-927-4832 to register. Members & children/FREE, Non-members/ $5. Maple treats will be available for sale.

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