Welcome to the Parkville Nature Sanctuary
The Parkville Nature Sanctuary is a wildlife preserve and educational site developed and maintained the City of Parkville with the help of group of extraordinary volunteers. The Parkville Nature Sanctuary is a 115 acre natural outdoor area made accessible by nearly three miles of hiking trails. Daily operations of the Parkville Nature Sanctuary are overseen by part-time Director Bob Fluchel.
The main entrance of the Parkville Nature Sanctuary is located below the Platte County Health Dept 12th and Highway 9.
- Open: One hour before sunrise
- Closes: One hour after sunset
- No dogs
- No unauthorized vehicles (including bicycles, skateboards, etc.)
- Stay on trails
- Put trash in proper receptacles
- No fires
- No hunting, fishing, or trapping
- No picking, collecting, or digging
- No firearms
- No camping
- No weddings
Trek with Santa is Saturday, December 5 at 1 PM. Make a bird feeder and walk and talk in the winter woods with Santa.
Checks may be made out to the Parkville Nature Sanctuary and can dropped off or mailed to Parkville City Hall. City Hall is located at 8880 Clark Avenue, Parkville, MO, 64152. All donations are tax deductible.
Please click to here to make a donation via credit card. Please note that this link will take you to an external payment processing page. All donations are tax deductible.
2015 volunteer work days are finished for the year. Please check back in January for the list of 2016 volunteer work days. If you are a Scout and are looking to complete an Eagle Scout Service Project please contact Nature Sanctuary Director Bob Fluchel.