The museum is nestled on a 13-acre campus with a bounty of natural offerings. The site boasts a riparian zone along Sugar Creek, interpretive signs, lean-tos, a launch/dock, and a canoe and kayak livery.
The site includes the Townsend-Grady Wildlife Preserve; 16 acres of wetland where the museum is working to develop trails, boardwalks and interpretive signs.
The museum building is currently under renovation and will one day house exhibits, educational programs and community events. Currently, the museum does not have “open hours” but there are events and programs scheduled onsite.