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Aldo Leopold Center

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608-355-0279
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E13701 Levee Road
Baraboo, WI 53913
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Hours

05/01 - 10/31

Monday - Saturday 

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Aldo Leopold Center was the first building ever awarded carbon-neutral status by the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED Certification program. Take a guided or self-guided tour to learn more about green technology and design or join us for a hands-on workshop or conference. Tour guides and interpretive materials illuminate Aldo Leopold's life and legacy, linking his land ethic to the 21st century at both the Aldo Leopold Center and the adjoining shack and farm, a National Historic Landmark. Open May through October, Monday - Saturday, 9:00am - 5:00pm. Open November through April by appointment.

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  • Tilly Bieganek posted 2 months ago
    "The nature center is an amazing place for all ages! There is always something interesting to do no matter what your interests may be, there is even an exhibit wing to explore. In the summer there are fun camps for ages 2-16 and they are always very engaging and informative. I love Aldo Leopold and I am so glad that I found it!"
  • Sage Books posted 5 months ago
    "My two year old loves the Wonder Bugs preschool program! Every week there's a new topic with different activities for the kids to enjoy. It's well thought out and a great way to have kids learning about nature. Many fun events throughout the year including Maple Syrup Fest and Pipers in the Prairie. We love also love just stopping by to hike around. The whole place is beautiful."
  • Caleb Dorsey posted 3 months ago
    "Our son and daughter have attended the summer camps here for the last three years. They love every minute of it and always want to go back. The camp guides are very knowledgable and take great care of the kids"
  • Kayla Marsden posted 5 months ago
    "Beautiful nature get away, nor far from the city. It's the perfect little escape. I love just walking aimlessly on the trails "
  • Jennifer Heinritz posted 1 year ago
    "Great place for kids and adults alike. Not very large inside but well done and well taken care of. We love visiting. Great hiking and ponds."