Visitor Center main entrance closed, please use upper entrance
The main entrance to the Visitor Center will be closed 4/24 - 4/25 for sidewalk repairs. Please use the upper entrance, located on the backside of the Visitor Center. Follow the signs from the main parking lot around the building. More »
Upcoming Visitor Center Construction Projects
Beginning April 22, improvements to the Visitor Center complex will be made and periodic closures will occur over a two-week period. Plan your visit with this information in mind. Further details and dates will be made available as possible. More »
Visitor Center Parking Improvements and Pavilion Project
Updated April 24, 2014
The main entrance to the Visitor Center will be closed Thursday, April 24 - Friday, April 25 for sidewalk repairs. Please use the upper entrance, located on the backside of the Visitor Center. Follow the signs from the main parking lot around the building. Our Visitor Center staff are available to assist with directions if needed, please call 610-783-1099.
Beginning April 22, a two-week parking project will commence in front of the main Visitor Center entrance creating eight new ADA compliant parking spaces. Project dates are weather dependent and updates will be posted frequently. Please be mindful of construction vehicles in the Visitor Center area.
During this two-week construction period:
Following the completion of the new ADA parking in front of the Visitor Center, the Education Pavilion project will begin in the Visitor Center upper parking lot. The pavilion will be located in the first parking bay adjacent to the Visitor Center upper entrance. This project will last several weeks, resulting in a new educational pavilion and additional green space.
Wilson Road Closure
Updated November 21, 2013
Construction of the new Wilson Road parking lot began on 11/21/13. Due to the construction, Wilson Road is closed Monday - Friday from 6:00 a.m. to approximately 5:00 p.m. until further notice to all traffic including autos, walkers, joggers, bikers, horses, etc. Visitors may park during the day in the parking lot on the north side of Yellow Springs Road or in the Knox Parking Lot off of Route 252.
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The tradition of citizen stewardship began in the 1870s and continues every day, as park volunteers and partners participate in the ongoing work of preservation and interpretation. Each of them shares the vision of the Park as a meaningful place.