Whitehouse Nature Center

Whitehouse Nature Center is a 135-acre preserve with scenic nature trails. Located on the Kalamazoo River and adjacent to the Albion College campus, it is used both for field instruction in the sciences and for quiet walks and observation. An Interpretive Center was built in 1977 to house a classroom, work space and a place for permanent nature displays. The Nature Center is named for Dr. William W. Whitehouse, president of the College, 1945-1960.