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Stargazing, campfire stories, roasting marshmallows, and falling asleep to the sounds of nature are on the agenda. This is the perfect way to introduce your family to the joys of the camping while there is still a Starbucks five minutes down the road. Bring your own tent or borrow one from Rye Nature Center. Price includes dinner, breakfast, and a guided hike. Advanced registration required. This program is for members only. Membership may be added upon registration. Suggested for ages 5 and up.
873 Boston Post Road
The Rye Nature Center is a city-owned facility offering environmental programs through the cooperative efforts of the Friends of Rye Nature Center and the City of Rye. The Center is located on 47 acres of wildlife preserve, with over two miles of hiking trails, ponds, streams and granite outcroppings. The Nature Center has comfortable classroom and museum spaces for visiting classes and special events.
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