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The Nature Station

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Red Wolf at the Nature Station

Visitors can see red wolves at the Nature Station. Photo by Kent Hall, 2013 LBL Photo Contest Winner.

The Nature Station is the “backyard” of Land Between The Lakes, featuring up-close encounters with the plants and animals that claim the region as their home.  Expert interpreters are always on-hand to provide visitors with a truly unique nature destination.

From its indoor discovery center to the live wildlife featured in its Backyard area, the Nature Station offers a wide variety of experiences.  Visitors can experience the outdoors at their own leisure or can join a guided hiking or canoe excursion, with trips embarking from the Nature Station throughout the spring, summer, and fall.

The animals featured in the Nature Station's Backyard could not survive in the wild because of either injury, being orphaned, or having lost their natural fear of humans, but that does not make them any less spectacular to behold.

Visitors will be able to spot everything from Great Horned Owls to Fallow Deer to Bald Eagles.  The Backyard is also home to the Red Wolf, an extremely endangered species that is part of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's captive breeding program.

The season for the Nature Station runs from March 1 to November 30.  It is open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday in March and November and daily April-October.  The price of admission is $5 for ages 13 and up; $3 for ages 5-12; and free for ages 4 and under.  Pre-scheduled group rates are available by calling (270) 924-2020.

Woodlands Nature Station
SEASON  March 1 through November 30
HOURS  March & November:  Wednesday-Sunday 10a-5p; April through October open daily 10a-5p
ADMISSION  Ages 13 & up is $5.00; $3.00 for ages 5-12; Ages 4 and under are free
GPS  N 36 54' 5.56" / W 88 02' 10.31"  {Map It!}
LOCATION  12.6 miles / 20 minutes north of the Visitor Center on Silver Trail.

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Kentucky Lake, Lake Barkley, and Land Between The Lakes offer a unique vacation experience for everyone! Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley collectively is the largest body of water between the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico. Here you can enjoy fishing, boating, hunting, eating at great restaurants, and experiencing the numerous attractions of the Land Between The Lakes. The region is located just eight hours from Chicago, three hours from St. Louis and six hours west of the Smoky Mountains.