Amateur botanists, entomologists, zoologist, paleontologists, and anthropologists are shining up their magnifying glasses and delving into the hidden secrets of plants, animals, bugs, and fossils at the new nature center at Camp Crosser. The 220-square foot cabin is the new home to a variety of interesting collections.
Exhibits of leaf collections, animal track displays, and skulls are the tools for the new nature study programs developed to educate and inspire our members in a hands-on environment. This summer hundreds of youth will visit the center to unfold the mysteries and secrets of Mother Nature. The rustic building is a resourceful information center for all camp visitors.
A special thanks to the Crosser Family Foundation for fulfilling a dream come true for the staff and members.