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WEEKEND INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

Weekends at Spring Mill State Park are never boring! This beautiful park has so much to offer, with the historic Pioneer Village, 9+ miles of hiking, a beautiful lodge & a lake for fishing and kayaking with your friends.

 

Saturday, November 14th

11am:  Lime Kiln Hike –  Meet Tony at the Lakeview Activity Center for a history hike to our lime kilns.  Moderate 40 minute hike.

1pm:  All Things Spring Mill Lake – Come join the naturalist on a 80 minute hike to hear about the lake history, Rubble Spring, the critters that call the lake home, and the Lime Kilns.  Rugged.  Meet at the Lakeview Activity Center.

 

Sunday, November 15th

8:30am:  Beginning Birding Program & HikeMeet the naturalist at the Lakeview Activity Center to hear about some of Indiana’s birds that are here through the winter.  After, we’ll head out for a hike to find some feathered friends.  Bring your own Binoculars.  1 mile rugged hike.  90 minute program.

 

PARK ENTRY FEE MAY APPLY
$5 FOR INDIANA RESIDENTS
$7 FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS

PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

BIKING

WEEKEND INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

Weekends at Spring Mill State Park are never boring! This beautiful park has so much to offer, with the historic Pioneer Village, 9+ miles of hiking, a beautiful lodge & a lake for fishing and kayaking with your friends.

 

Saturday, November 28th

11am:  Hidden Cave Hike – Join Tony for a moderate off trail hike to one of our hidden caves, Rubble Springs.  Meet at the Lakeview Activity Center.  1 hour.     

7pm:  Full Beaver Moon Hike – Learn all about the Full Beaver Moon and the adaptions of the American Beaver that calls Spring Mill his home.  Meet Anthony at the Lakeview Activity Center for a 1 mile, moderate hike around the lake.

 

PARK ENTRY FEE MAY APPLY
$5 FOR INDIANA RESIDENTS
$7 FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS

PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

BIKING

WEEKEND INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

Weekends at Spring Mill State Park are never boring! This beautiful park has so much to offer, with the historic Pioneer Village, 9+ miles of hiking, a beautiful lodge & a lake for fishing and kayaking with your friends.

Saturday, December 5th

11am:  Donaldson Cave HikeMeet the naturalist at Sycamore Shelter for a hike on Trail 4 to Donaldson Cave.  Learn more about our caves and George Donaldson’s part in conserving areas of our park.  .5 mile, partially rugged.  45 minutes.

1pm:  All Things Spring Mill Lake –   Join the naturalist at the Lakeview Activity Center for an 1 mile hike around the lake.  1 hour.

 

Sunday, December 6th

8:30am – Beginning Birding HikeMeet the naturalist at the Lakeview Activity Center to hear about some of Indiana’s birds that are here through the winter.  After, we’ll head out for a hike to find some feathered friends.  Bring your own Binoculars.  1 mile rugged hike.  90 minute program.

 

PARK ENTRY FEE MAY APPLY
$5 FOR INDIANA RESIDENTS
$7 FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS

PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

BIKING

WEEKEND INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

Weekends at Spring Mill State Park are never boring! This beautiful park has so much to offer, with the historic Pioneer Village, 9+ miles of hiking, a beautiful lodge & a lake for fishing and kayaking with your friends.

Saturday, December 12th

1pm:  Cave River Valley Hike – Come explore this beautiful, primitive property managed by Spring Mill.  Meet Tony at Donaldson parking lot and car pool 15 miles to CRV.  2 hour hike. Very Rugged.  Boots recommended.

6:30pm:  3rd annual Glow in the Dark Night Hike – Start a new tradition with your family!  Join our naturalist on this fun 1 mile easy hike on Trail 7 that will be lit up with battery operated candles for the night.  Learn about creatures of the night and their winter survival skills.  Meet at Tulip Poplar Shelter.

 

Sunday, December 13th

1pm:  Limestone Hike – Discover what the geology of Spring Mill tells us about the history of this area.  Meet Anthony at Spring Mill Inn front patio.  Partially rugged hike on trails 1 and 4; 45

 

PARK ENTRY FEE MAY APPLY
$5 FOR INDIANA RESIDENTS
$7 FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS

PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

BIKING

WEEKEND INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

Weekends at Spring Mill State Park are never boring! This beautiful park has so much to offer, with the historic Pioneer Village, 9+ miles of hiking, a beautiful lodge & a lake for fishing and kayaking with your friends.

Sunday, December 20th

1pm:  Winter Solstice Hike –  A long walk on a short day.  Meet Tony at Twin Caves’ parking lot. Trail 3 – 2.5 miles.  90 minutes.  Partially rugged.

 

PARK ENTRY FEE MAY APPLY
$5 FOR INDIANA RESIDENTS
$7 FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS

PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

BIKING

WEEKEND INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

Weekends at Spring Mill State Park are never boring! This beautiful park has so much to offer, with the historic Pioneer Village, 9+ miles of hiking, a beautiful lodge & a lake for fishing and kayaking with your friends.

Saturday January 9th
1pm:  Hidden Cave Hike – Take a guided hike to an unknown cave on the property.  Meet at Twin Caves’ parking lot.  Short, easy off trail hike.  30 minutes.

 Sunday January 10th
1pm:  Winter Wildlife Hike – Meet Anthony at Oak Ridge Shelter for an easy hike on Trail 7 to learn about the wildlife that calls Spring Mill home and how they adapt to the cold winter months. 1 hour, 1.75 miles

PARK ENTRY FEE MAY APPLY
$5 FOR INDIANA RESIDENTS
$7 FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS

PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

BIKING

WEEKEND INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

Weekends at Spring Mill State Park are never boring! This beautiful park has so much to offer, with the historic Pioneer Village, 9+ miles of hiking, a beautiful lodge & a lake for fishing and kayaking with your friends.

Saturday, January 16th
Winter Seed Sowing Workshop:  Prepare your seeds this winter for spring.  Reserve a time slot (10am, 11am, or 1pm) to come learn about how to care for your seeds/plants during this dormant season.  Make your own seed planter.  30 minute workshop.  10 people per time slot. $2 per person.  Masks required.  Call 812-849-3534 or email Sheree at sbelt@dnr.in.gov to reserve your time slot.

Sunday, January 17th
1pm:  Hamer Cemetery Tour – Meet the naturalist at Hamer Cemetery to hear about the people that lived and worked in the village in the 1800’s.  20 minutes

 

PARK ENTRY FEE MAY APPLY
$5 FOR INDIANA RESIDENTS
$7 FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS

PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

BIKING

WEEKEND INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

Weekends at Spring Mill State Park are never boring! This beautiful park has so much to offer, with the historic Pioneer Village, 9+ miles of hiking, a beautiful lodge & a lake for fishing and kayaking with your friends.

Friday, January 29th
7pm:  Full Wolf Moon Hike – Join us for a hike on our first full moon of 2021.  Meet Anthony at the Lakeview Activity Center for a fun night hike on Trail 5 and learn about the full wolf moon. 1 mile hike, 1 hour

 

Saturday, January 30th
8:30am:  Rise and Shine Hike – Meet the naturalist at Spring Mill Inn front patio for a hike on parts of trail 1, the road and trail 4.  Partially rugged, 1 hour.

11am:  Hamer Cave Hike – Meet the naturalist at the Grist Mill in the Pioneer Village for a short walk to Hamer cave.  Learn how it shaped our history and the life it still supports today.  Moderate hike, 20 minutes.

 

PARK ENTRY FEE MAY APPLY
$5 FOR INDIANA RESIDENTS
$7 FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS

PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

BIKING

WEEKEND INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

Weekends at Spring Mill State Park are never boring! This beautiful park has so much to offer, with the historic Pioneer Village, 9+ miles of hiking, a beautiful lodge & a lake for fishing and kayaking with your friends.

Saturday, February 6th:
1pm:  Hidden Cave Hike –REGISTRATION REQUIRED.  Off trail hike to Author’s Pocket.  Register at sbelt@dnr.in.gov or 812-849-3534.  1 hour.  Rugged.

Sunday, February 7th:
1pm:  CCC History Hike – REGISTRATION REQUIRED.  Meet our volunteer, Anthony, at Sycamore Shelter in the village parking lot to learn all about the many contributions the boys of the Civilian Conservation Corps. made to Spring Mill State Park! Rugged 1 mile hike along part of Trail 4.  Register at sbelt@dnr.in.gov or 812-849-3534.   45 minutes

 

PARK ENTRY FEE MAY APPLY
$5 FOR INDIANA RESIDENTS
$7 FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS

PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

BIKING

WEEKEND INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

Weekends at Spring Mill State Park are never boring! This beautiful park has so much to offer, with the historic Pioneer Village, 9+ miles of hiking, a beautiful lodge & a lake for fishing and kayaking with your friends.

Saturday, March 6th
10am-2pm:  Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt & PrizeWhen entering the park, ask the main gate attendant for a self-guided scavenger hunt for you and/or your family to enjoy.  Instructions will be on the scavenger hunt.  When you complete it, stop by the main office (inside Gus Grissom Memorial) by 3:30pm on the 6th for a small prize.  This event is one day only.  Expires at 3:30pm on March 6th.

PARK ENTRY FEE MAY APPLY
$5 FOR INDIANA RESIDENTS
$7 FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS

PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

 

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