Broughton Nature and Wildlife Education Area, also known as Broughton Nature Park or Preserve, is an 800-acre area of largely undisturbed natural habitat that is available for recreation and environmental study. Features include well-maintained trails, two fishing ponds, a natural stream with small waterfall, a large meadow, bike repair stations, disc golf courses and cross-country courses. Facilities available for rent for family, social and business activities include a community building that can accommodate up to 289 guests, convenient meeting rooms and picnic shelters, all with ample parking. The Broughton Nature and Wildlife Education Area and the Elizabeth Sugden Broughton Community Building were developed for public use, are managed and maintained by The Broughton Foundation. Maps and further information can be found on the Foundation website..