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Nature Center

Display Room

DuPuis was once the home of John G. and Susan H. DuPuis, Jr. This unique site offers numerous educational programs facilitated by CES staff that are available to answer questions and provide guided tours.

Inside you will discover Native American Indian artifacts dating from 500 B.C. and learn details about their interesting history at DuPuis. Visitors learn about the wildlife found in DuPuis' beautiful pine flatwoods, cypress swamp, and wetlands in the display room.

Go outside to explore the ADA accessible Habitat Trail or take a Butterfly Garden stroll through the Butterfly Garden. A picnic area is the perfect spot for visitors to enjoy a packed lunch under an oak stand or in the screened patio. Restrooms and drinking water are available.



 Last Modified 11/8/16