Florence Natural Resources & Wild Rivers Interpretive Center

© Photographed August 6, 2016
Florence, Florence County, Wisconsin
45.922175, -88.260461




The Florence County Wild Rivers Interpretive and Resource Center features an array of exhibits that tell the interesting story of how a small mining and logging town developed into a thriving rural Wisconsin community. Let us help you plan your stay while visiting Northeastern Wisconsin. Our vast collection of maps, tutorial and business guides will introduce you to a wealth of activities awaiting you in Florence County Wisconsin. Our unique visitor’s center features exhibits that lend an insight into the demographics of our pristine landscape where woods and water meet. While visiting, take home a keepsake from our amazing gift store.
Additional Features:
Free dog park for dogs to run and stretch their legs. 
One-mile walking trail with interpretive signs
Dump Station with rinse water ($10 fee) and a water yard hydrant

Interpretive Center Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am-3:00pm (closed December 1-April 20)

The foregoing content used with generous permission of Florence County Tourism.

The entrance to the center.

Look at this wonderful Wisconsin nature display!

The largest collection of Wisconsin Wildcards I've ever seen!
These are so much fun to collect!!

Many animals to learn about . . .





Lots of interesting displays!






Signs from every direction lead to the
Florence Natural Resources & Wild Rivers Interpretive Center.


The Florence Natural Resources and Visitors Center
is located in Florence, Wisconsin.

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