- This is an outdoor, open-air facility. While there are buildings to duck into, please dress for the weather. Early summer and late fall months can be wet and cool and summer months can be hot.
- Wear comfortable shoes.
- The site has wide-tired wheelchairs available at the front desk of the Interpretive Building for use free of charge for those with limited mobility.
- We are open rain or shine, so bring an umbrella or rain jacket if it looks like rain.
- There are modern restrooms and drinking water at two places on site, but you may want to bring a water bottle on warm days.
- There is no food service but the Center does have soft drink and candy machines.
- Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy a break at the Center's ample picnic grounds-there is a covered pavilion for rainy weather.
- Historical Society rules prohibit:
- bringing pets onto the grounds
- smoking outside of the parking lot and picnic area
- food and beverages (except water) outside of the parking lot and picnic areas
- Just one more little thing-we have seen a "few" mosquitoes occasionally in the summer months-you may want to dress for protection or bring some spray!