5995 Horseshoe Bend Rd · Troy, OH · (937) 698-6493 · info@bruknernaturecenter.com
Hours: 9:00am – 4:00pm Monday - Saturday 12:30 – 4:00pm Sunday Trails open from sunrise to sunset Rehab Drop-off hours: 1:30 – 4:00pm (seven days a week)
Admission: includes trails & Interpretive Building $2.50/person or $10/family (parents & children under the age of 18 or grandparents & grandchildren under the age of 18)


OUR MISSION... “Brukner Nature Center is a non-profit, privately funded organization promoting the appreciation and understanding of wildlife conservation through preservation, education, and rehabilitation." Welcome visitors, We now have a convenient drop-box for admission, if you arrive before or after our normal hours to hike our trails (see pricing to the left). Just a friendly reminder, no pets are allowed – they scare our wildlife! Also, there is no picking or collecting and it is important to remain on the trails! Thank you and enjoy your visit! Winter Arts & Crafts Show - December 2 9:00am - 4:00pm Free and open to the public! (Please carpool!) Don’t miss Brukner Nature Center’s annual Winter Arts & Crafts Show featuring handmade items from over 50 talented local artisans! What’s cool is that you can also buy raffle tickets for a chance to win treasures donated by the artisans! Tickets are just $1 each or 6 for $5 and you do not need to be present to win. We will also be selling homemade pies this year to raise money to help feed our wildlife ambassadors. If you like to bake a homemade pie for the sale, please contact us at 937-698-6493 or email info@bruknernaturecenter.com for all the details! Everyone loves a homemade pie during the holidays! Parking is limited so we will be providing a free shuttle service from Andy’s Garden to Brukner Nature Center with the BNC van leaving the Andy’s Garden parking lot every half hour from 9am – 3pm, just look for the BNC van – you can't miss it! Featured Monthly Vendor - "Rosy Toes Designs" At Rosy Toes Designs, Lucy Chapman focuses on using natural fibers and repurposed materials that are both friendly to the environment and a joy to use. This year’s offerings include Christmas trees and birds created from recycled sweaters, as well as wet and needle felted leaf ornaments. Prices range from $6 – $15.