The Schmeeckle Reserve Visitor Center, located on the UW-Stevens Point campus, houses the Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame Gallery for the inductee plaques and monographs. The center also features a hands-on Conservation History Museum and a classroom/meeting room used by students and nonprofit organizations. Plan a visit to experience Wisconsin’s conservation history, and stroll through the many trails of Schmeeckle Reserve.
Gallery of Inductees
The WCHF in the Schmeeckle Reserve Visitor Center includes a sunlit gallery that displays wooden recognition plaques of the inductees, along with a touchscreen exhibit and bird viewing windows.
Conservation History Museum
The WCHF in the Schmeeckle Reserve Visitor Center houses a hands-on museum that interprets the exciting story of conservation in Wisconsin.
Originally funded by the WCHF, the Schmeeckle Reserve Visitor Center offers a classroom/meeting room used by hundreds of civic organizations and student groups each year.
Schmeeckle Reserve, located on the UW-Stevens Point campus, is a 280-acre conservancy area with trails, boardwalks, a 24-acre lake, and a large diversity of wildlife habitats. Each year thousands of visitors enjoy the beautiful landscapes, hiking trails, educational programs, and gift shop.
Just outside the doors of the WCHF, explore 5 miles of trails and boardwalks that meander through 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.