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Hurstville Interpretive Center

Education Education at Hurstville Interpretive Center
Jackson County Conservation Environmental Education Staff offer a variety of things to the public - public programs, tours, programs for groups, field trips, summer day camps, and much more.  Click here to go to our Environmental Education page. 
Fishing Fishing at Hurstville Interpretive Center
The Hurstville Pond, located across Highway 61, is stocked with bluegill, large mouth bass, and bullhead for heaps of fishing excitement. 
Geocaching Geocaching at Hurstville Interpretive Center
Join Jackson County's geocaching adventure‚Äč! With caches hidden throughout the property, you'll be exploring in no time! 
Trails & Hiking Trails & Hiking at Hurstville Interpretive Center
Over a mile of trails weave through Hurstville's tall grass prairie and wetland. The outer loop features a bird blind, pergola, and rock circle while the inner loop showcases the resident swan enclosure. Paved, handicap accessible walkways are also featured in the center's natural playscape. 
Winter Activities Winter Activities at Hurstville Interpretive Center
Snowshoeing and ice skating make it easy to get outside in the winter. Our ponds and marsh make excellent ice rinks, and our trails are open all year round for activities. Pick up a set of snowshoes inside the center for FREE during regular business hours.