The Allan Brooks Nature Centre is committed to promoting the enjoyment of nature and increasing awareness of habitat conservation through environmental education and nature-related activities in the Okanagan region.

TRAIL TOURS AND NATURE TALKS STARTING MAY 1!

Trail Tours and Nature Talks are family friendly educational opportunities, suitable for guests of all ages. They will run from May 1 – August 28, 2021

Guided Trail Tours take place on our Grasslands Trail on Thursdays at 1pm and Saturdays at 11am. The cost is $5.00 per person, youth under 16 are free. Call the centre at 250-260-4227 or check-in at the Interpretive Centre to sign-up for a tour. ABNC members can attend for free!

Nature Talks take place in the outdoor Grasslands Theatre (weather permitting) on Saturdays at 1pm. Nature Talks are free, but a donation is appreciated.

Visit Us!

Come for a walk around the Grasslands Trail, discover and learn in the Interpretative Centre, explore the naturescape gardens and viewpoints, relax and reflect on one of the many on-site benches, or enjoy a picnic lunch or refreshments under our covered picnic area. Allan Brooks Nature Centre is a family friendly destination for local and out of town visitors alike.

The Interpretive Center

Explore our Interpretive Centre, featuring a Discovery Room and Habitat Room, with authentic nature displays feature a variety of nature-associated learning opportunities, information, activities and experiences. You are bound to discover something new about nature here!

Experience the Outdoors

Come for a walk around our Grasslands Trail – with 20 newly installed interpretive trail signs! While walking the trail, you may have the chance to come across one of our animal residents – such the marmots and song birds. Take in stunning viewpoints, relax and reflect on one of the many on-site benches, or enjoy a picnic lunch under our covered picnic area.

Learn more about the Nature in the Classroom eLearning expansion program with this informational presentation video: Expanding Nature in the Classroom: eLearning Platform

Nature in the Classroom – Online eLearning

The Allan Brooks Nature Centre has been working to create new BC curriculum based online lessons to compliment our original in-class presentations. In addition, this package will offer teachers access to our NEW eLearning website that includes: Ready-made Lessons, Printable Science Notebooks, Review Cards, Integrated Indigenous Lessons, Hands-on Activities and more! All to further enrich the Nature in the Classroom experience!

The Allan Brooks Nature Centre Society gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of

 

The Allan Brooks Nature Centre is committed to promoting the enjoyment of nature and increasing awareness of habitat conservation through environmental education and nature-related activities in the Okanagan region.

TRAIL TOURS AND NATURE TALKS STARTING MAY 1!

Trail Tours and Nature Talks are family friendly educational opportunities, suitable for guests of all ages. They will run from May 1 – August 28, 2021

Guided Trail Tours take place on our Grasslands Trail on Thursdays at 1pm and Saturdays at 11am. The cost is $5.00 per person, youth under 16 are free. ABNC members can attend for free!

Nature Talks take place in the outdoor Grasslands Theatre (weather permitting) on Saturdays at 1pm. Nature Talks are free, but a donation is appreciated.

Visit Us!

Come for a walk around the Grasslands Trail, discover and learn in the Interpretative Centre, explore the naturescape gardens and viewpoints, relax and reflect on one of the many on-site benches, or enjoy a picnic lunch or refreshments under our covered picnic area. Allan Brooks Nature Centre is a family friendly destination for local and out of town visitors alike.

The Interpretive Center

Explore our interpretive centre with authentic nature displays, gift shop, and discovery rooms that feature a variety of nature-associated learning opportunities, information, activities and experiences. You are bound to discover something new about nature here!

Experience the Outdoors

Come for a walk around our Grasslands Trail – with newly installed interpretive trail signs! While walking the trail, you may have the chance to come across one of our animal residents – such the marmots and song birds. Take in stunning viewpoints, relax and reflect on one of the many on-site benches, or enjoy a picnic lunch under our covered picnic area.

The Allan Brooks Nature Centre Society gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of