Guided Trail Walks
The Scotland Run Park Nature Center offers guided trail walks each week (weather permitting). Walks are open to the public and free to all participants. For rainout information please call 856-881-0845. 

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Wellness In Nature
Every 2nd and 4th Monday from September 9 through November 25    
9:30am-10:30am    

Start your week off right, with your health in mind. We'll meet at the Nature Center and warm up with a slow walk to get the blood flowing. Once warm, we'll stretch and move our bodies before continuing on a brisk walk through our well-maintained trails, to get our steps in. We'll end with a quick cool down. Designed for anyone who loves to walk and be in Nature. You are encouraged to bring a reusable water bottle and to hydrate well, both before and after the walk.  

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Fall Paddles
Every 1st and 3rd Monday from September 16 through November 18    
9am-11am

Come along for a guided paddle at our 80 acre Wilson Lake and Scotland Run! We supply the life jacket and kayak or canoe. Dress for the weather and wear waterproof shoes or shoes you don’t mind getting wet. You are welcome to bring your own canoe or kayak if you prefer. We will meet at the beach and handicapped accessible dock. Registration is required to ensure we have enough supplies. Limited to 15 participants. Please call (856)251-6710 to regester.


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Nature Discovery With Dr. Dan

Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from September 11 through November 20   
9:30am-10:30am

Come enjoy an outdoor walk through beautiful Scotland Run Park with resident Park Naturalist and Rowan Professor, Dr. Dan Duran. We will explore the trails around the Nature Center and discover all kinds of animals, including birds, frogs, insects and more. We will also explore the native plant vegetation of the park, and how all of these species fit into the larger ecosystem. Adults and children are welcome!