We are Excited to Re-open
The Nature Center will re-open on Wednesday, May 27, at 9 a.m., and we will resume our regular Tuesday-Saturday schedule. In accordance with guidelines from the Metro Parks' Director, the Mayor and the CDC, masks and social distancing are encouraged in the Nature Center. Numbers allowed in the center will be limited. Information for wayfinding (trail maps) and general questions will be available; the exhibits are not accessible at this time.
Trees Down Due to May Storms
Following the May 3, 2020, storms, all paved roads in Percy and Edwin Warner Park have been cleared of fallen trees.
There are still a large number of trees across hiking trails and clearing all this debris will take time.
Please be aware and enjoy the trails safely in the Park, and especially note any hanging branches or leaning trees.
Many thanks to our maintenance staff for making Warner Parks safe!
Nature Outside Your Door
Metro Parks' Nature Centers Partner on Social Media
Naturalists from Beaman Park, Bells Bend Park, Shelby Bottoms Nature Center and Warner Park Nature Center are collaborating to bring you activities to bring your natural world alive. Follow our hashtag #NatureOutsideMyDoor on Facebook for our daily activities, nature quotes, videos and more!
Follow the New Nature Center Blog, Nuthatch Notes
Want to see what our naturalists are up to during the quarantine? Follow our new blog and stay in touch, as well as learn more about your own habitat!
Follow us at warnerpark.blogspot.com