Interpretive Weekend at Spring Mill
October 26th - October 27th
Have fun at Spring Mill State Park by participating in all of the fun programs that are put on by the Park Naturalists and volunteers!
10:00 am: Trail 3 guided hike
Meet Chris at Twin Caves’ parking lot. Learn about George Donaldson, an interesting “Naturalist”, and view the beautiful landscape he helped to preserve. Partially rugged. 2 hours.
1:00 pm: Hooray for Hibernation!
If you snooze you lose so join Sarah in the Lakeview Activity Center as we discuss the different animals preparing for a long winter’s nap in Spring Mill.
9:00 am – 3:00 pm: Women’s Learing Circle – Invasive Species
Free workshop for women land owners to learn how invasive species impact your property, how to identify invasive species, and how to control them. Must pre-register by emailing Danielle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
9:30 am: Hamer Cemetery
Meet Chris at the Hamer Cemetery parking area to hear about the history and significance of this Pioneer Cemetery.
11:00 am: Learning Lichen
Learn to love Lichen with Sarah at the Lakeview Activity Center. On the surface, they might seem drab, but by digging deeper we can uncover their beauty!
1:30 pm: Tree ID Hike
Ever wonder what trees are here at Spring Mill? Meet Gail at Oak Ridge Shelter to hike trail 7 and learn about our state tree and more. 1.75 miles, easy hike. 30 minutes.
GATE FEE MAY APPLY
PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION