The Washington County Conservation Education Center at Marr Park
Center Hours **NEW**
Tinnes Exhibit Hall: You and your family will enjoy exploring the interactive exhibits in this room. Get a glimpse of the underwater world through the exhibit's 180-gallon aquarium with native fish.
Steinbeck Conference Hall: A cathedral ceiling and panoramic view enhance this large meeting room. A small, attached kitchen allows for catered meals. The room seats 144 with tables and 200 with chairs.
Nicola Library: Find answers to your nature questions from species identification to backyard habitat design. A large handcrafted oak table seats 15 for your small meeting needs.
Dallmeyer Laboratory: Used for educational programs, the lab provides space for water study and craft activities.
Federation Bank Observation Deck: Take a break and enjoy the relaxing view overlooking Thomas Marr Lake.
River Products Company Outdoor Classroom: Watch for butterflies and birds in this native landscape of prairie and trees. Gather ideas to create your own backyard habitat.
Conservation Board Office: In this centralized location, you can reach all Board staff, reserve facilities, and schedule programs.
Reservations are taken for the calendar year beginning October 1 of the previous year. The fees are as follows:
For each of these categories, the returnable deposit is equal to the rental fee.
The following policy applies:
The Center is an alcohol and smoke free environment. During scheduled open hours, the building itself, except for rented rooms, will remain open to the public.
For more information about Marr Park itself, click here.