Chippewa Nature Center

  • Attractions
  • Entertainment, Recreation
400 S. Badour Rd.
Midland, MI 48640-8661
(989) 631-0830
(989) 631-7070 (fax)
Hours:
Visitor Center open 8-5 Mon-Sat and 12-5 Sun and select holidays. 19 miles of trails open daily.
  • About

    Chippewa Nature Center offers 1,500 acres for exploration, 19 miles of trails, Nature Preschool, Nature Day Camp, programs year-round, canoe/kayak launches, a free Visitor Center and more!

  • Jobs

    Nature Day Camp Counselor
    Category: Education
    Inspire children to build a lifelong, meaningful relationship with the natural world as you help them to catch frogs at the pond, create a miniature homestead village in the woods or learn how to paddle on a river.  Job Summary: Join a team of creative, energetic professionals who work together to connect children with nature through educational, recreational and cultural experiences. CNC is in ...read more

    Contact

    Steve Frisbee
    Phone:(989) 631-0830
    Fax:(989) 631-7070
    Nature Day Camp Junior Counselor
    Category: Education
    Inspire children to build a lifelong, meaningful relationship with the natural world as you help them to catch frogs at the pond, create a miniature homestead village in the woods or learn how to paddle on a river.  Job Summary: Join a team of creative, energetic professionals who work together to connect children with nature through educational, recreational and cultural experiences. CNC is in ...read more

    Contact

    Steve Frisbee
    Phone:(989) 631-0830
    Fax:(989) 631-7070
  • Whom to Contact

    • Ms. Jenn Kirts
      Director of Programs
      Phone: (989) 631-0830
  • Directions

    From downtown Midland, take Poseyville Rd to St Charles (name changes to Pine River). Follow ~3 miles, turn right at Badour Rd. From M20, take Homer to Prairie. From Freeland, take Ashby to Badour.