Please call for more information on the programs and pricing.
Our dates fill up quick, call early. We begin scheduling for the next year on January 2nd.
Ledge View is a highly valued environmental education destination, serving 127 elementary, middle, and high schools from 44 school districts throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.
Maple Syrup Program
Students learn about sugar and history, tap a maple tree, collect sap, and taste pure maple syrup. Program typically runs in March.
Our Caving Program is available from mid-April through the first week of November. Depending on the grade level of your students we offer two different programs. Students visit a real cave system and get dirty. The naturalist will talk about the caves and provide opportunities for visitors to explore passages.
Sedimentary Geology & Fossil-Hunting
Students learn the history of the Silurian dolostone found throughout eastern Wisconsin. If time allows, they hike to the quarry and do some fossil-hunting. The program is a nice complement to caving.
Take a walk with a naturalist, wearing traditional wood-framed racquets. This half-day program is offered in January and February, snow permitting.
3 K through 2nd Grade
For the younger grades we offer programs in spring and fall that are hands-on and fit with the seasons.
Signs of Fall
LAD - Learn & Discover Animals
Don't see what you're looking for? Give us a call and we will try to accommodate your class.
We also offer other programs throughout the year for schools and adult groups.
Reptiles, amphibians, and mammals
Spring wildflower folklore & hike
Summer wildflower folklore & hike
This full-day program runs in January and February. Snowshoe or boot-hike with a naturalist, and participate in guided outdoor winter adaptation activities.