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Effie Yeaw Nature Center, Carmichael
(4.9/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
The times listed are only for the Nature Center Building, with "residents", exhibits and gift shop. Ancil Hoffman Park is open daily from 5:00 a.m. to dusk
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  • Went out early morning on Thanksgiving Day. We saw so many deer who were clearly not scared of humans which made for nice viewing. The turkeys were hanging low (being Thanksgiving and all) but we did ...  more »
  • Effie Yeaw Nature Center is a place to walk up close and personal with nature. Most days you will see deer and turkeys, along with many birds, squirrels, and rabbits (sometimes snakes and lizards) doi...  more »
  • This place has nothing but great memories for me, taking my nephew there and my daughter. There you can see deer walking on the golf course and the center turkeys taking off on the side of the cliff h...  more »
  • Great place for kids! They have several loop trails and an interpretative area staffed with knowledgeable volunteers. They also offer many events and camps for the kids.
  • A peaceful respite from the noise of the city. Good little nature center with lots of great trails for hiking and running.
  • Favorite place in Sac to jog. There is a fantastic 4 mile loop with a view of the river.
  • Love this place for a quick easy nature stroll.
  • Really great place to take kids. A wonderful place to introduce children to nature.