Thomas Irvine Dodge Nature Center
The Thomas Irvine Dodge Nature Center is a 320-acre environmental education and habitat restoration center located in West St. Paul and Mendota Heights.
The center offers a preschool, classes open to the public, six miles of walking trails, a working farm, honey bees, gardens, farm animals, event space, apple orchards and expert staff to run it all and educate the many visitors.
Dodge is designed to be a natural oasis in an urban environment.
- Fax: 651-554-8444
- Handicap Accessible: Buildings are handicapped accessible.
- Founding Date: 1967
- Parking: Free lot
- Are there any interesting facts about this location?: The center was founded on the property of four former farms bought and then donated by Olivia Irvine Dodge.
- Services: Gift shop, Restrooms
- Restrictions: No alcohol, No fires, No outside food, No pets, No smoking
- Area: 320 acres
- Features: Banquet room