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Welcome to Trout Lake Nature Center
Founded by the Oklawaha Valley Audubon Society in 1988
FREE ADMISSION (No dogs, please.)
520 East County Rd 44 Eustis, Florida 32726
(PO Box 641 Eustis FL 32727)

Winter Hours
Tuesday - Saturday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Monday - Closed

Call 352-357-7536 to schedule a visit
at other times.
Featured Programs
Website last updated on
February 15, 2015
© 2012-2015 Trout Lake Nature Center Inc.
Special thanks to the Board of County Commisioners and School Board of Lake County!
TLNC is a 501[c]3 private non profit corporation. Your donation may be tax deductible.
Nature Sprouts
(Children Ages 2 to 5)

This FREE, fun and active program is for children and their favorite adult. Click flyer for dates and more information.
Sunset at the Trout Lake Rookery
Saturday Feb. 7 from 5 to 8 PM

Back by popular demand, the Trout Lake Nature Center (TLNC) will be holding another Sunset at the Rookery event. It is an impressive sight that speaks to your heart as you watch the birds fly in and the sun go down. Join us on the dock, share a little wine, beer or non-alcoholic beverage as you watch the antics of the birds returning home and finding their "spot." Then as dark settles in, join us around the campfire for a hot meal and music.

Cost: $25 per adult
$5 discount for TLNC and OVAS members
$15 for children 14 years old and younger
Finding Out About Snakes
Tuesday Feb. 17, 9:30 AM

Snakes are found throughout Florida but are often misunderstood. Snake educators Chuck and Betty Mulcahy from the Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge will teach about the different types of snakes found in Florida, their habits and habitats, how they benefit our world and what you should do if you see one.

Although the program is free to attend, TLNC depends on donations to support its programs. A donation of $5 is suggested but not required.
Amazing Arachnids
Friday Feb. 20, 6:00 PM

People are facinated by spiders, scorpions, and other arachnids, but not always in a positive way. Besides highlighting thier beauty and diversity, this program also emphasizes their important role as predators, and prey, in oyr natural communities as well as how 99% of Florida's species are harmless to humans.
Chair Yoga with Nancy
Wednesday Feb. 18, 10:00 AM

TLNC volunteer Nancy LaPointe will teach how to integrate yoga techniques into your daily life. Dress comfortably so that you can stretch and bend.

Donation of $5 is requested but not required.