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Effie Yeaw Nature Center, Carmichael

(60 reviews on the web)
Wildlife Area Nature / Park
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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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is my favorite place to take a walk & commune with nature. On any give day you can see deer, turkeys, geese, rabbits, turkey vultures, coyotes and many other creatures. The center is very kid fri...  more »
  • The nature center has a few captive raptors that have been rehabbed, as well as snakes, turtles, and the cutest owl you have ever seen named Sophie. Hikes are easy and flat with plenty of signage and ...  more »
  • This 100 acre preserve is great for hiking and spotting wildlife. Since dogs are not allowed, the deer are very comfortable standing by or resting in the shade close to the trails, as are other wildli...  more »
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  • Spring is the best time to go here when everything is green and the deer are out. But every time I go here I see different birds, Turkey, frogs in the pond, and different insects if you're looking for them. Awesome place to come to enjoy nature nature. Definitely my favorite place in Sacramento. Easy access to the river to see lots of salmon during the season. No dogs allowed.
  • I absolutely love the nature center in Carmichael along the Sacramento River! The place has always had a fond place in my heart, its shared itself with former love interests making for enjoyable times. Its also seen me hiking solo through the preserve whenever I need to collect my thoughts and perhaps cool my jets by going all zen with mother nature! The grounds are well kept, clean, plenty of parking, helpful staff and plenty of drinking fountains for those hot summer days!
  • Nothing like outdoors! And an inside nature center for the kids to check out.
  • I volunteer here doing habitat restoration. It's a great place to take kids to teach them about nature and the native people who used to live there.
  • Awesome place. Great center, great staff, and cool stuff for the whole family on Saturday's and Sunday's.