The Schmeeckle Preserve Center, located at 2419 Northpoint Drive, is part of the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point (UWSP), and houses the Hall of Fame Gallery for the inductee plaques and monographs. There is also the Conservation History Museum and a meeting room to be used by students, other visitors and other organizations free of charge. All exhibits and the meeting room are owned by the WCHF Foundation, while the remainder of the building is owned by UWSP, which is responsible for operation and maintenance. The arrangement has worked very well, and satisfies both UWSP and WCHF needs. Please plan to stop by and visit this little piece of Wisconsin’s conservation history, and stroll through the many trails offered by the Schmeeckle Preserve.
The WCHF and Schmeeckle Visitor Center includes a sunlit gallery displaying recognition plaques of the inductees.
Conservation History Museum
The WCHF and Schmeeckle Visitor Center houses an interpretive display museum illustrating the full story of conservation in Wisconsin.
The WCHF and Schmeeckle Visitor Center provides a meeting/classroom used by hundreds of civic organizations and students each year. This unique gathering place is available free of charge to the local community and the university.
Each year thousands of visitors enjoy the beautiful landscapes, hiking trails, educational programs, and gift shop at Schmeeckle Reserve. The Reserve is located on the UWSP campus, and consists of a 280-acre conservancy area with trails, boardwalks, a 24-acre lake, and a large diversity of wildlife habitats
There are 5 miles of trails and boardwalks at Schmeeckle Reserve. They are open sunrise to sunset.
2419 North Point Drive
Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481
We are part of the Schmeeckle Reserve located on the University of Stevens Point (UWSP) campus.
We are open seven days a week, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, call (715) 346-4992.