Spring season means things are hopping at Racine's River Bend Nature Center
RACINE (CBS 58)-- Racine's River Bend Nature Center is flipping to calendar to spring with some fun activities-- tap a tree to collect sap for maple syrup or cast of a line for some fly fishing. You can get involved in these activities in Racine.
The center's purpose is all about environmental education and outdoor recreation. The location of this site includes 78 acres of undisturbed woods and wetland along the Root River, and it makes for a perfect escape to bond with nature.
For the next few Sundays in March, there will be pancake breakfasts at the center using some of the maple syrup tapped from the trees on the property.
And there's still a little time to make your own syrup. Click here to see all the events and programs River Bend has to offer not just in spring but the entire year.