LOCATION:
1005 Triangle Lake Road

Howell, MI  48843

The Howell Conference & Nature Center is located 6 miles south of I-96, between Howell and Pinckney.

Click here for directions to the Nature Center

WELCOME CENTER, GIFT SHOP, and WILD WONDERS WILDLIFE PARK OPEN DAILY
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission Donation Requested: $5 adults, $3 children age 3 – 17
Children 2 & under FREE

Due to the growing popularity of our attractions and the resulting maintenance costs, the Howell Nature Center requests a donation upon admission. General public visitors are asked to make a donation and receive a Daily Nature Pass to identify them as day-use visitors with access to the Wild Wonders Wildlife Park, Nature Zone, Alexandria’s Naturescape, and hiking trails.

Are you a frequent visitor? Please consider purchasing an Annual Nature Pass for $45!

Valid for one year from date of purchase, this option was created for our frequent families and pays for itself in less than three visits for a family of four or more!  A pass-card will be issued upon purchase.  Present that card in the Welcome Center at each visit to receive Day Passes.  Good for immediate family only: up to two adults and any children under 18. 

WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CLINIC OPEN DAILY

 

ALERT!

At this time, the Howell Nature Center’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic is at capacity and unable to admit new patients.  We appreciate your cooperation and we apologize for this inconvenience.

If you believe you have found an injured or orphaned wild animal, please call 517-548-5530 during our operating hours:

Monday-Friday
9 a – 5 p
Saturday & Sunday
9 a – 4 p
If you have taken in an injured animal outside of these hours, keep it warm in a quiet place away from people and pets until you can reach us.  Leave us a brief message with your name and phone number.  Another available resource is the DNR’s website, www.michigandnr.com/dlr, which contains a list of the State’s licensed wildlife rehabilitators organized by county.  Please note we do not take in bats, skunks, starlings, pigeons, or raccoons.  Thanks so much for caring about animals.

Click here for a map of our property: HCNC Site Map 2013

The mission of the Howell Conference and Nature Center is to provide opportunities for mental, physical and spiritual growth designed to enhance our relationship with God, nature and our brothers and sisters throughout the world.

ALERT!

At this time, the Howell Nature Center’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic is at capacity and unable to admit new patients.  We appreciate your cooperation and we apologize for this inconvenience.  Click here to learn more about what to do if you believe you’ve found injured or orphaned wildlife.