More History and Nature!

Whether you have visited Deer Haven Park and enjoyed the the rich history and amazing wildlife it offers, or are planning a trip to the area in the future and are looking for other great sites and destinations, we think you will enjoy exploring these web sites and attractions as well.


Allegany Nature Pilgrimage
Arrive at the Pilgrimage and prepare to explore forests, fields, lakes and streams. Allegany State Park has tremendous natural diversity. Come and immerse yourself in the outdoors. Evenings you might attend a presentation under the big tent in the company of hundreds of pilgrims.

*** Don't miss our own Dee Calvasina, who was invited as keynote author speaker representing DHP at the 65th annual Allegany Nature Pilgrimage on Saturday, June 3rd, 2023 from 8-9pm. Dee is the author of "Beyond the Fence, The Amazing World of Deer Haven Park".

Beaver Lake Nature Center
Beaver Lake Nature Center is a 661-acre natural area located four miles west of Baldwinsville, New York. The Nature Center is an Onondaga County Parks facility and is meant to expose visitors to a variety of outdoor experiences.

Cayuga Nature Center
The Cayuga Nature Center is an educational institution addressing nature and environmental issues. It is located on the west side of Cayuga Lake in Tompkins County, New York.

Genesee Country Village and Museum
The Genesee Country Village and Museum is a 19th-century living history museum covering more than 600 acres located in the town of Wheatland, New York, United States, in the small hamlet of Mumford, about 20 miles from Rochester.

Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife preserve operated by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, encompassing part of the Montezuma Swamp at the north end of Cayuga Lake. The 10,004-acre preserve is composed of swamps, pools and channels and is a stopping point for migratory birds.

White Deer in Wisconsin
This website is part of an organized effort to protect the remaining white deer in the Leland area of Wisconsin. It is a wealth of information about white deer and showcases many other white deer herds around the country.