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6700 Tarshes Drive
Ancil Hoffman Park
Phone: 916 489 4918 --
Interprets the natural and cultural history of the American River Parkway and the Sacramento Region.
The Effie Yeaw Nature Center is a unit of the Sacramento County Department of Regional Parks, Recreation and Open Space Effie Yeaw Nature Center’s
Interactive museum exhibits, live animals, trails through a 77-acre nature preserve, and a replica Maidu Indian village give visitors an up-close look at the region's wildlife and cultural history. Accessible for all abilities.
Please see our website at www.effieyeaw.org for a complete listing of our programs, classes and events.
Mar. - Oct., 9 am - 5 pm;
Nov. - Feb., 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Open every day except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.
The Nature Center Is located In Ancil Hoffman Park
$4/car park entrance fee. Nature Center admission is free.
Sue Wittorff, Director
Marilee Flannery, Exhibits Manager;
Betty Cooper, Publicity Coordinator
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