We went on their pontoon boat Squam Lake tour. It is a 90 minute tour, and is quite enjoyable. This lake has lots of water fowl, including lions, cormorants and eagles. It was also used for the filming of "On Golden Pond". The guide was very knowledgeable. The only downside was that the nature center was hard for us to find. Their are signs, but they are small, hard to see from a moving car. Google maps took us to the wrong place using the street address. But, I would definitely go again.
Karen Kuller, 09/21/21
My 7 year old was engaged and excited the entire time we spent walking through the exhibits, which were truly so beautifully and respectfully done. It was clear how much care, thought and love had gone into preparing an engaging educational experience for young kids that was entirely unique. It was exciting to watch my daughter soak it all in and thoroughly enjoy learning so much about science and nature. So grateful we happened upon this place.
B. B., 08/13/21
Very friendly staff, a nicely shaded walk and the exhibits were well spaced apart. Very kid friendly with a cool playground for the kids halfway thru the walk. Staff were out here and there with live falcons, owls and raptors for showing and were very informative and friendly to questions. The pathway throughout the "hike" was stroller friendly and although you "could" use a wheelchair as well, I do suggest having someone available to help push your chair or supervise your visit in a chair (there are boardwalks and lots of up/down hill.) Overall, a very pleasant trip! Even in 90F heat, the path was shaded with plenty of restrooms available.
Christina Erwin, 08/11/21
It's a beautiful walk and the animals and exhibits are great. There were great hands on activities and even a playground about halfway through. Went with kids in age from 4 to 10 and they all had fun. Adults had fun too! I recommend bringing water and food. Just be aware that you can't eat on the trail, but there's a specific spot that you're allowed to stop and eat. We'll be back!