The Wildflower Reserve, developed by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, is a 314-acre tract of land located along Raccoon Creek that provides a unique natural botanical attraction for visitors.
There are five miles of marked trails and over 700 species of wildflowers have been recorded at the Reserve. The trails vary in terrain from easy walking to some gentle grades.
Wildlife is abundant and you may encounter deer, raccoon, turkey, mink, woodchucks and a host of birds and other forms of wildlife. Environmental education and interpretive programs are scheduled throughout the year on a wide variety of topics.
Organized groups may call and schedule programs or tours based on environmental or educational based topics. Trails are open year round from 8 A.M. to sunset.