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Just completed another visit to one of our favorite places in Stark County. Took our boys there for years. Now, they've grown up and we still visit. Great resource for information about the out of doors.
The center / building is lovely but doesn’t have great curb appeal or a great welcoming feeling. Maybe better signage would help with this.
When we went inside the entry, there was a woman at the front desk reading a book. She did not look...More
What a joy to discover this gem in the wilderness literally. awesome interactive activities for the children to learn about Local history of plant and fauna. we would definitely need to return to explore the hiking trails, you can borrow a stocked backpack to supply...More
The Zoar Woods, located between Dover and Zoar, is owned by The Wilderness Center. The path is about 1.5 miles long. It’s very beautiful and quiet. I do have an issue with the driveway back to parking. It’s awful. It’s always been awful. Hopefully it...More
Nice hiking facility and great exhibits for children in visitor's center. Returned to hike and visit after many years and was pleasantly surprised with the upgrades to the facility. Gift shop and small museum is worth a visit.
I was passing on the road where the entrance was and had heard about The Wilderness Center and many of the activities held there. I enjoyed looking around and using several trails. I got a site map from a dispenser near a large sign on...More
We visited The Wilderness Center en route to Holmes County, Ohio. The Wilderness Center was about ½ an hour from our destination (Berlin, Ohio.) We were looking for a place for a short but scenic hike, and The Wilderness Center provided a lovely and relaxing...More
This is the perfect family-friendly destination. Our young children loved exploring the exhibits inside the building, feeding geese & fish at the pond, and playing at the Nature Scape. The onsite pavilions provide the perfect spot for a picnic lunch.