The Twinsburg Naturalist's Office is located in the circa 1836 Stone House at 9207 Liberty Road. Naturalist Stanley Stine welcomes questions about Ohio's natural history and especially that of the Twinsburg area. It is best to call in advance when visiting Stanley.
Salamander Crossing Evenings
March - Early April
Center Valley Bike Path
Twinsburg's most popular outdoor nature program is certainly a night to remember. From the bike path in Center Valley Park, we'll observe and hear the amphibians that call this park their home. Beginning sometime in March, we'll be implementing our email distribution list to notify when a hike is expected to take place. We'll be waiting for warm, spring rains, so have your rain gear and flashlights ready when conditions are expected. The outings will conclude in early April. Strollers for the youngsters are welcome. To be included on the notification list, send your email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your contact information will not be shared for any other purpose.
All About Springtime - Hike
April 9th at 6:00 PM, Buttonbush Trail
Snow, ice, rain or sunshine; anything goes in early April. We’ll journey out in late afternoon to take it in, whatever the weather. Meet at the Buttonbush Trail at the parking area of the Pond Brook Conservation Area, St Rte 82, east of Twinsburg. The parking area is located on the north side of the road before entering Aurora. Dress for the conditions, about a 2 hr experience.
Earth Day In Nature - Hike
April 22nd at 8:00 AM, Buttonbush Trail
Another way to celebrate Earth Day is to take a walk on a beautiful nature trail. Bird songs and early emerging trees and wildflowers may be seen on this day or simply greeting the morning in the woods, worth experiencing. Meet at the Buttonbush Trail at the parking area of the Pond Brook Conservation Area, St Rte 82, east of Twinsburg. The parking area is located on the north side of the road before entering Aurora. Dress for the conditions, about a 2 hr experience.
Native Plants: Gardening with a Purpose
April 29th from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Twinsburg Community Center
Free workshop! Learn how to add easy-care native plants to your surroundings to attract bees, butterflies, songbirds, and other pollinators. Presented by Twinsburg Garden Club. Learn more and view the speaker list here. Register today!