Moose Hill trails are open & portable restrooms are available—read guidelines before visiting. Read More
Come and visit Moose Hill and view the forest and fields as local Native Americans did - seeing the earth as your source of food, medicine, and shelter. Listen and learn from a legend told many years ago and visit a wigwam. Learn how knowledge of the forests and fields was necessary for survival and see if you can find what Indians used as a cup, bowl, and hair-brush.
Significant savings are offered when you select a second program to create a full-day of hands-on learning at Moose Hill. This program combines well with Maple Sugaring Season, Senses Galore, and Homes are Habitats. Because of our large trail system and full-day option, we can serve up to 130 students for many programs. We provide a ratio of one Moose Hill teacher-naturalist to 12 to 14 students.
This 2-hour program may be combined with another program to create a full day learning experience. Full day programs are offered at a significant savings. Speak to the Moose Hill education coordinator to schedule your program. One adult (teacher or chaperone) is free for every 6 students; additional adults are charged the student rate. Minimum fee is based on 10 participants per Moose Hill teacher naturalist scheduled for your program. Read your confirmation letter for additional information.