Make The Outdoors Your Classroom
Your Metro Parks are dynamic outdoor classrooms and exciting places for active learners of all ages. Our naturalists and educators will connect you to nature or help you learn a new outdoor skill. We offer a range of free educational opportunities and resources.
Our programs engage people in hands-on experiences that promote appreciation and understanding of our area’s great cultural and natural resources.
Learning in Nature
Whether it’s a field trip to a park, a morning spent in the creek looking for crawdads or a scout or home school program, there’s no limit to the amount of things that can be discovered in nature. Immerse yourself in one of our outdoor adventures.
HOW TO SCHEDULE A PARK FIELD TRIP
MEGAN FLEISCHER, Inniswood Horticulturist Developing the next great garden theme for Inniswood’s seasonal displays is an on-going quest. I gather inspiration from obvious sources such as nursery catalogs and garden …Read More
Marvel at the bison grazing in their pastures, look for critters in the creek or listen to the water flow over the rocks. You can do it all at Battelle …Read More
DAVE TROTTER, Interpretive Aide Spring brings many changes to the farm. As the weather warms, the activity around the farm increases dramatically. The wheat planted last October is greening up …Read More
AUDREY ZIMMERMAN, Camp and Special Events Coordinator As skunk cabbage emerges and the frozen world around us begins to thaw into the renewing, greenish-brown, muddy season we call spring, our …Read More