Tulpehaking Nature Center

The Tulpehaking Nature Center is the primary access and interpretive hub for the Abbott Marshlands, an area known for its rich archaeological heritage, with deposits representing 13,000 years of Native American history in the Delaware Valley. It also includes the Delaware River’s northernmost freshwater tidal marsh and 3000 acres of diverse landscape providing homes for numerous plants and animals, including wild rice, cattails, river otters, and beaver.

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157 Westcott Ave
Hamilton Township, New Jersey 08610

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