Day Hike - Snake Lake/Tacoma Nature Center

Snake Lake/Tacoma Nature Center

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  • Tue, Dec 18, 2007
  • Tacoma Family Activities Committee
  • Day Hiking
  • Families
10:00 AM at front of Tacoma Nature Center
Enjoy a slice of nature in the heart of Tacoma as we explore the 2-mile path around the Snake Lake/Tacoma Nature Center preserve. We'll see many native plants and look for a variety of animals. The 70-acre Tacoma Nature Center preserve boasts more than 20 different species of mammals and about 100 species of birds. It is also home to reptiles, amphibians and native plant populations. More than two miles of walking trails wander through the wetlands and forest areas. Dress in warm clothes, prepare for the possibility of rain, and wear shoes or boots that can get muddy. If weather permits, we'll eat lunch at the park after hiking.
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