Saturday June 3, 2017

National Trails Day

Come join millions of hikers across the nation as we head outside to walk or paddle a trail!

ABNC is an official National Trails Day host! We have self-guided and guided trail hikes and a guided canoe trip available that day. Plan to experience the outdoors on June 3th with other nature lovers across the nation.
Let’s celebrate National Trails Day at Armand Bayou Nature Center!

6:15 am to 8:15 am Early Morning Hike Reservations Required
Come experience the nature center as it wakes up in the early morning! On our early morning hike, we often find animals moving around as well as dew drying off the plants. The early morning hike will begin at 6:15 am so we can experience sunrise at the nature center.
Reservations are required by phone 281-474-2551 or in person and payment is required at the time of reservation.
We take no reservations by email.
Ages: 12—Adult, an adult must accompany children under 18 Fee: $10.00
A door prize will be given to one of our early morning hikers.

8:00 am to 11:00 am Guided Canoe Tour
Paddle with us on a guided tour of Armand Bayou! Observe wildlife as you meander down the calm waters. Travel approximately 2-3 miles round trip. Beginners and experienced canoers are welcomed. Our knowledgeable guides will give a brief orientation. Life jackets are provided.
Reservations are required by phone 281-474-2551 or in person and payment is required at the time of reservation.
We take no reservations by email.
Ages: 12—Adult, an adult must accompany children under 18 Fee: $25.00

9: 00 am to 4:00 pm ABC Hike
This self-guided hike along the boardwalk offers a way for our younger hikers to read and learn all about the nature center as they experience the outdoors. Fee: Included in Admission

10:00 am and 2:00 pm Guided Hike
These hikes will be led by an ABNC Trails volunteer
Fee: Included in Admission
Door prizes drawn hourly from 10 am to 4 pm

 

Upcoming Events

Bayou City Eco-Almanac

ABNC is proud to announce the introduction of a new series of video shorts called the Bayou City Eco-Almanac. Collaborating with our friends and partners at the University of Houston Clear Lake, these videos are designed to encourage community eco-literacy and open our eyes to the richness of life right in our own backyard. Topics will change along with the seasons, but the message that persists is to get outside and reconnect with nature.

Visit the ABNC Video Gallery.