Berks Nature / The Nature Place

Berks Nature is a 501(c)(3) non-profit conservation organization that has been serving the Berks County community since 1974. Home to Berks Nature’s headquarters, Eco-Camp, and our Berks Nature Preschool, The Nature Place sits among nearly 100-acres in Reading’s Angelica Creek Park. Take a stroll through the dog-friendly wetland trails. Get your hands dirty in our teaching and demonstration gardens. Let the kiddos run free with their imaginations in our Nature Play Zone. Then retreat inside our lobby and store for one of our “Saturdays at the Nature Place” programs – or a tour of the green features of our LEED-Gold building. The Nature Place makes a perfect venue for your next business event or birthday party.

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575 St Bernardine St
Reading, Pennsylvania 19607

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