Oregon Ridge Nature Center
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    The Nature Center is open Tuesday-Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The grounds are open Sunrise to Sunset from March 1 to October 31. The grounds are open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. from November 1 to February 28.

  • Children Ages

    Newborn to Adult

Oregon Ridge Nature Center

The Oregon Ridge Park, a 1,000+ acre park, is located in Cockeysville, Maryland. You will find a "nature play area" playground near the Nature Center and a tot lot and small playground near the lake along with several picnic areas and 3 pavilion which are available for rentals. There are many trails to hike... trail map and additional information available at www.OregonRidgeNatureCenter.org

The Oregon Ridge Nature Center is open to the public Tuesday-Sunday and offers many interactive exhibits, weekend programs, summer camps and special events. You can also visit the Nature Center to look at the displays of live native animals as well as the extensive collection of taxidermy.

There is no entrance fee, but donations are always appreciated.

Swimming and boating at the lake is prohibited.

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  • Where
    13555 Beaver Dam Road Cockeysville, MD 21030
  • Contact Information Oregon Ridge Nature Center 410-887-1815 Website
Comments (2)
Our first visit

4/18/2010

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"Really enjoyed our first visit to Oregon Ridge. We took the kids to see how Maple syrup is "tapped" from the trees. That was really great. There was still snow on the ground so I probably didnt get as much as I would out of it if we could hike around more. Cant wait till our next visit there. "

Nice Maple Sugar Weekend

3/1/2010

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"Our family just visited Oregon ridge for the first time this weekend to learn about making maple syrup. The program was well done and they were happy to answer any and all questions. The nature center itself was ok. Snakes, turtles and fish. A lot of stuffed animals. I like the Irvine Nature Center a bit better. The grounds look perfect for a walk, but a little too much snow this time around. Next visit."

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