5995 Horseshoe Bend Rd · Troy, OH · (937) 698-6493 ·
designed by Vitruvian Phi Art & Design Studio
9:00am – 4:00pm
Monday - Saturday
12:30 – 4:00pm
Trails open from
sunrise to sunset
Rehab Drop-off hours: 10:00am – 12:00pm 1:00 – 4:00pm
(seven days a week)
& Interpretive Building
(parents & children
under the age of 18
or grandparents & grandchildren
under the age of 18)
“Brukner Nature Center is a non-profit, privately funded organization promoting the appreciation and understanding of wildlife conservation through preservation, education, and rehabilitation."
We now have a convenient drop-box for admission, if you arrive before or after our normal hours to hike our trails (see pricing to the left).
Please note: Our entire grounds (trails and building) will be closed to the public beginning on Friday, April 21 at 3:00pm through noon on Saturday, April 22 for our 5K Run Wild for Wildlife. We will reopen the trails and building to the public at noon on Saturday, April 22.
Just a friendly reminder, no pets are allowed – they scare our wildlife!
Remember, there is no picking or collecting and it is important to remain on the trails! Thank you!
Spring Break Camp - For kids in grades K - 5th
Wed. & Thurs., April 5 & 6, 9:30 - 11:30am
Are you interested in a fun and educational way for your child to spend their spring break? Register them for 1 or both days of camp! We will be discovering how birds migrate back to Ohio. Call 937-698-6493 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-register your child! PRICE PER DAY OF CAMP: $15/child for BNC Members or $20/child for nonmembers.
Featured Monthly Vendor - "Birdhouses & Lip Balm"
Grumpy Goat Experiment promotes sustainability and encourages use/reuse of natural and local materials.
Birdhouses are made out of reclaimed materials with entrances suited for wrens/chickadees. All natural lip balms are presented in paper tubes and made with their own harvested beeswax. Prices range from $25 - $50 for birdhouses and $4 for lip balms.
Spring Art Exhibit - artist, Patty Brown
Come marvel at Patty Brown’s ‘Color Field Florals’! Patty has been experimenting with mixing acrylic paints and mediums on wood panel, breaking down natural forms into unexpected geometric shapes, then adding layers of lines to redefine them.
A portion of the sales of Patty’s art will support BNC’s mission of wildlife conservation and remain on exhibit through Sunday, June 18.
5K Run Wild for Wildlife - Saturday, April 22, 9:30am
The race winds through blooming woodlands along trails with steep hills and rough terrain – a challenging and beautiful course! Pre-registration event only! Complete details are available on our registration form.
Click here for a registration form!