The Rancocas Nature Center is part of the New Jersey Audubon Society's statewide sanctuary system and serves as a focal point in Burlington County for the society's activities and programs. The facilities include a natural history museum area, a classroom, a nature store, live New Jersey native reptiles, and diverse natural habitats with birding and hiking trails. Events and programs are open to the public. Check the website for upcoming activities. Environmental education programs for all ages, scout badges, and birthday parties can be scheduled by calling the center. In addition, the Rancocas Nature Center offers exciting summer camp programs each year.

Rancocas is an environmental education center operated by New Jersey Audubon. A Visitors Center houses live animals, a museum area, a classroom, and a nature store. Nature trails radiate out from the main building and offer natural habitats for hikers to explore. Year-round educational programming is available.

794 Rancocas Road, Mount Holly, New Jersey 08060 Phone: 609-261-2495 E-mail: