Nature education is a priority at Huber Woods Park. The former Huber home is now an Environmental Center dedicated to nature interpretation, programs, classes, and environmental awareness. The building is accessible to persons with disabilities and houses a variety of hands-on displays featuring plants and animals. The telephone number for the Environmental Center is 732-872-2670.
Adjacent to the Environmental Center is the Reptile House, home to a variety of reptiles native to Monmouth County. Behind the Reptile House is a building for Park System Programs.
The Environmental Center, which opened in 2002, was created to increase the public's understanding and appreciation of nature and the vital role water plays in our environment and daily lives. It is built along the bank of the Manasquan Reservoir which currently supplies water to three water companies and serves towns from Hazlet to Point Pleasant. In addition to supplying water for people, the reservoir also supplies water and habitats for hundreds of types of plants and animals. The telephone number for the Environmental Center is 732-751-9453.