Wehle Nature Center at Midway

Wehle Nature Center at Midway
Street address: 

Co. Rd. 47
Midway, AL 36130

Open Sat., plus weekdays by appt.

64 N. Union St.
Montgomery, AL 36130


Nature trails, special presentations, exhibits each week at Exhibition Hall, complete with Alabama animals. Special events weekends: Wildflowers, Bird Awareness Day, fishing derbies, regional artwork. 20 mi./32 km from Union Springs (Bullock County seat).


Mobility Impaired (ramps, levered door handles, toilet access from front of wheelchair, support bars for toilets, wheelchair-level restroom sinks, wheelchair-level water fountains, seating areas for wheelchair users, designated parking spaces)

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