Admission is free to Millbrook Marsh Nature Center, thanks to our supporters! To learn how you can support the Nature Center, visit the Make a Gift page.
A number of facilities and outbuildings are found on the 12-acre farmstead, ranging from a 1850s Pennsylvania Bank Barn to the modern LEED Silver Certified Spring Creek Education Building. The Spring Creek Education Building, Barn, and large pavilion host programs, special events, and meetings, and are available as rentals for private and company functions. Two smaller sun shelters are used for programs and are great for picnicking during non-program times.
Boardwalk and Trails
Over a mile of boardwalk and trails wind through the marsh ecosystem and connect to the Centre Region bicycle trail system. From the main parking area, the boardwalk and trails are located behind the barn. The boardwalk allows you to enjoy this beautiful marsh ecosystem with minimal human impact. It takes about 40-45 minutes to hike the full loop or you can enjoy a short stroll on the boardwalk for 25-30 minutes. There are benches and observation decks throughout the trails for you to sit and enjoy the natural surroundings. Take a closer look at our Trail Map and check out an arial tour.
Be sure to stop for a rest at the beautiful Book Bench located near the pollinator garden. This bench, painted by June Ramsey of State College, is part of the Book Benches of Centre County funded through a Centre Inspires grant from the Centre Foundation. Many thanks to the Book Benches of Centre County for their contribution of this unique bench!