The Zion Nature Center will be closed through May 1. All in-person programs have been cancelled. However, check out our Facebook page for Facebook Live programs.
In addition to the CDC’s Steps to Prevent Illness, the Town of Zionsville is urging people to practice social distancing. It is critical the Town of Zionsville take appropriate, smart actions to protect against the spread of COVID-19 in our community and to protect vulnerable populations.
Statement from Mayor Styron
"The health and safety of our community is the Town’s number one priority. I want to protect our residents, our employees and our employees’ loved ones. Please follow CDC guidelines of social distancing during this time and protect our most vulnerable population and minimize the public health risks associated with COVID-19.
Information for the public as to how they may be impacted by the Town of Zionsville closures will be shared on the Town of Zionsville homepage under Town News: www.zionsville-in.gov."
The Zion Nature Center encourages Zionsville and Central Indiana families to take an active role in their native environment through educational and inquiry-based programs and activities.
The Zion Nature Center was founded in 2002 through the dedicated efforts of the Zionsville Parks Department and the Friends of Zion Nature Center. The Zion Nature Center is located on the grounds of Eagle Elementary in Zionsville and adjacent to the Zion Nature Sanctuary. Because of our location there is limited program availability during school days and hours.
Exhibits within the Nature Center focus on local Indiana habitats and wildlife. In addition to exhibits, several educational animals are on display including turtles, snakes, and amphibians.