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Mission Statement

Mission: To provide resources and education to inspire the appreciation and preservation of nature.


Stage Nature Center is managed by the Troy Nature Society, a nonprofit organization. This unique 100-acre preserve has two miles of walking trails, rolling meadows, forest trails and marshlands. Visitors to the Stage Nature experience a variety of sights and sounds that are unique in the Troy area. Our visitors are in awe of the natural beauty that surrounds them as they walk our trails.

Inside the Stage Nature Center interpretive building, many nature-inspired educational programs are held throughout the year such as nature hikes, Knee-High Naturalists, Little Acorns, Nature Explorers, Maple Syrup Days, scouting badge completion classes, home school nature classes, school field trips and so much more! Visit our website at troynaturesociety.org/get-involved/volunteer/ to download a volunteer application.
We're sorry but we are unable to accept Court Ordered Community Service volunteers.


Average Review 1 reviews

Would you recommend TROY NATURE SOCIETY/Stage Nature Center?

by Loretta G. from Troy, MI (September 12, 2017)
As a resident of Troy and a hiker at the Stage Nature Center I would highly recommend this organization. It is a beautiful center that is well maintained. The paths well kept and the park is loved by all. Every time I hike I see animal life. On my last visit with my granddaughter we saw wild turkeys!