“Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So… get on your way.” ~ Dr. Seuss
Yes, your mountain, and your mountain park, are right here in Beulah and just waiting for you to seize your day and join us for a guided hike, so get on your way to Pueblo Mountain Park.
Please register for programs early so we will know you will be attending! If you want to participate in a program, we hope you won’t wait to register. Many people don’t realize that in order to facilitate a program, there are many behind-the-scenes components to making it happen, including scheduling staff and guest speakers/teachers, preparation for the program, and then working with our kitchen to order and plan meals, shop, etc. So please help us by registering early. We will cancel programs that do not meet registration minimums, often 3 – 5 days in advance. Thank you!
The park's wildflowers are popping up as the springtime takes hold. If you would like a field guide to help you identify the many wildflowers that call Pueblo Mountain Park home, then PLANTS OF PUEBLO MOUNTAIN PARK is the perfect companion to have with you as you walk the park's roads or hike its trails. […]
The resident raptors of NWDC welcome you to take a peek inside their lives. Join our staff for an informative talk on these majestic animals and their marvelous adaptations. Featuring live hawks, owls, falcons and vultures. Every Saturday and Sunday at 11:30am $5 day pass fee required for all Raptor Center programs. […]
Word is spreading about this Nature Preschool that begins on August 13, 2018. If you want to be sure your child has a spot, please preregister. We will then send you the enrollment packet, which will need to be filled out and returned to us. For more information on Earthkeeper Nature Preschool, click here!
With Ranger Henry
November 25, 2018
Meet at the fire circle in front of the Horseshoe Lodge!
Sticking with our annual tradition, we’ll be hiking off the holiday calories with a hike along the late autumn trails of the Mountain Park. Please join us for a nice dose of Nature as an antidote to the busyness of the holiday season that is getting underway!
With Ranger Henry
December 9, 2018
Nature & Wildlife Discovery Center
If there is snow, we will enjoy a snowshoe in the park. If not, then we will take a nice hike before Beulah's Annual Yule Log Celebration at the historic Pavilion. Either way we plan to make the most of this lovely winter day! Appropriate for ages 10 and up. Beginners welcome! Snowshoes will be provided if you do not have your own.
December 29, 2018
Meet at the River Campus Yurt
The 8th Annual Raptor Resolution Run will take place at the River Campus of the Nature and Wildlife Discovery Center River Campus (formerly called the Nature & Raptor Center) at 10:00 AM on Saturday December 29, 2018. There will be a 5 mile run and 2 ½ mile walk. The course is relatively flat and winds through a scenic area near the Arkansas River to the west of the Center.