The 1000 Islands Environmental Center provides the public a place to enjoy our natural resources. Recreation is provided by the many miles of trails, which can be used for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Year-round educational programs teach children and adults the importance of the inter-relationships between them and the environment.
Some of the events and programs offered by the Center include Eagle Days, a Moonlight Snowshoe Hike, a Spring Art Fair, Pancake and Porkie Breakfast with the Kaukauna Kiwanis, Bird House and Feeder building, Campfire and Summer Night Hike, Crayfish and Critter Hunts along with many other nature inspired classes and events. The Center also rents out snowshoes during the winter months.
The Center offers school field trips/programs and scouting clinics for school age children along with numerous adult and senior programming. Call our Naturalist to create a program specific to your needs.
The Center does not have an entrance fee and is open 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Tuesday through Friday and 10:00 am – 3:30 pm on Saturday. The Center building is closed on Sunday and Monday, but the picnic area and hiking trails are open daily until 11:00 pm. The Center is closed on all major holidays.
To provide children, adults and families the knowledge and skills needed to build a sustainable balance between the environment, economy and community through education, conservation and recreation.