Outdoor Discovery Center Macatawa Greenway

A-4214 56th Street, Holland, MI 49423
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The Outdoor Discovery Center Macatawa Greenway (ODCMG) is a non-profit education and conservation organization that was founded in the year 2000. Our purpose is to connect people with nature through outdoor education for the benefit of wildlife and the conservation of the natural world. Since 2000, the ODCMG has served more than 300,000 children and adults through outdoor education and recreation programs. More than 75,000 people annually visit ODCMG sites to walk the trails, view the wildlife and vi. Thanks to the 2009 merger of the Outdoor Discovery Center and Macatawa Greenway Partnership the organization now protects over 1,200 acres along the Macatawa River in Ottawa County and a 150 acre nature preserve in Fillmore Township. The ODC Nature Preserve is free and open to the public and offers many diverse programs that help foster the concepts of wildlife management, conservation, outdoor education and preservation. Programs include: snowshoeing, live birds of prey, Michigan hunter’s safety, fishing, sensory nature walks, bird watching, ecosystem studies, archery, pond studies, summer camps, wildlife studies and exploring Michigan’s cultural past. In all of its educational programs, the ODCMG’s inquiry-based style of programming allows students to learn about and experience nature and culture in a hands-on manner. Trails open daylight hours every day of the year Building: Mon-Fri 9-5, Sat 10-4, Sun 12-4
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