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Friends of the North Pikes Creek Wetlands

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About Us

The Friends of the North Pikes Creek Wetlands is a non-profit, grass-roots community organization committed to the protection, enhancement, and educational use of the North Pikes Creek Wetlands. In 2019, the Friends created the Beaver Hollow Outdoor Education Area on a one-acre portion of their 120-acre conservation property. Beaver Hollow is a fully handicapped accessible outdoor education and recreation facility, available for all residents and area visitors, regardless of age or physical abilities, to use year-round. Beaver Hollow has a looped driveway that accommodates a full size school bus, a 525' accessible walkway that leads to an open-sided pavilion, and continues on to an accessible boardwalk that travels through a wetland forest.

We invite you to visit our website and join the Friends of the North Pikes Creek Wetlands. The Friends is an all-volunteer organization, and each and every dollar of your membership contribution is invested in educational programming or vital infrastructure enhancements at the Beaver Hollow Outdoor Education Area.



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North Pikes Creek
Wet Forest
Canada Geese on North Pikes Creek Pond
Yellow Warbler in Alder
Palm Warbler by Creek
Snowshoeing on Creek
Beaver Hollow entrance sign
Beaver Hollow driveway
Accessible walkway
Pavilion