Tour Tuesday: Hitchcock Nature Center

To celebrate National Travel & Tourism Week, we are taking you on a photographic tour of Hitchcock Nature Center through the lens of our visitors!

Located in the Loess Hills, Hitchcock Nature Center has some of the largest prairie remnants in Iowa and provides refuge for plants and animals found nowhere else in the state. The 1,268 acres are open every day of the year for hiking, camping, picnicking, bird watching, and snow sledding. They also offer seasonal recreation programs such as guided hikes, Monarch butterfly tagging, night sky viewing, HawkWatching programs, summer camps for young learners, and more.

After your visit, please share your photos with us on social media by using #UNleashCB.



This post was originally published on May 3, 2022 on the Unleash Council Bluffs blog.