Nurture Nature Festival 

Baytown Nature Center (6213 Bayway Dr.)
Saturday, October 9, 10am - 4pm

 

 

The annual Nurture Nature Festival at the Baytown Nature Center, 6213 Bayway takes at the beginning of April each year. The FREE, family event introduces visitors to the reptiles, birds, fish and native plants of the Baytown area through fun activities for all interests and levels. Some of the festival activities include:

 

Exciting Children’s Games

Informational Exhibits

Stage Shows

Inflatables 

Live Animals

Guided Nature Walks

Kid Fish Tank

Variety of Food & Drinks

And other vendors and activities that keep visitors coming back year after year for this popular event.  

 

Of course there will be educational live animal presentations at the pavilion throughout the day as well! The center’s partner facility, the Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Education Center, will also be on hand with some of their live animal and education exhibits.

 

The festival has grown each year it has been held, and we look forward to adding you to our mix!If you are not familiar with the Baytown Nature Center, its history is a success story in “reusing” at its finest… it is the former site of the Brownwood Subdivision that was destroyed by Hurricane Alicia in 1983, and subsequently restored to a nature center by removing all houses and infrastructure. The center has been the site of numerous mitigation projects, and boasts over 100 acres of high quality restored salt marsh.

 

For more information about this event, please contact the Nature Center at 281-424-9198 or click here to visit the event website.