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Fun, Frolic and Friends

Battle it out on the Mounted Archery Course! All levels from lead-line through canter, prizes, costumes, trail riding, campfire food, and tall tales!

Sponsored by HAUSA and IRMA.

For more information, contact Chris Marks at: ironelf_llc@yahoo.com or https://www.facebook.com/groups/112374762714777/about/ for the Iron Riders Mounted Archery page

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CAVE WEEKEND

Spend the weekend at Spring Mill State Park learning about caves!

On Saturday, the Lakeview Activity Center will be hosting many guest speakers and will have information tables about caving.

Want to look like an expert before you go? Brush up on your knowledge of cave critters by checking out our newest blog!

Take a 2 hour tour through the Endless Cave. Sign up by emailing sbelt@dnr.in.gov or calling (812)849-3534.

August 24

9:00 AM Whistling Cave Hike (Off-Trail | Rugged)
Meet at Village Parking Lot

11:00 AM Beginning Caving Presentation with Rich Lunseth
Meet in Lakeview Activity Center

1:00 PM Beginning Caving Presentation with Rich Lunseth
Meet in Lakeview Activity Center

2:30 PM Life in Upper Twin Cave: The Experience of a Caver
Meet in Lakeview Activity Center

3:30 PM Whistling Cave Hike (Off  Trail | Rugged)
Meet at Village Parking Lot

 

August 25

9:00 AM Hamer Cave Hike (30 Minutes)
Meet at Grist Mill in Village

10:00 AM Pit Cave Hike
Meet at Lakeview Activity Center

11:00 AM Twin Caves and Bronson Cave Hike
Meet in Twin Caves Parking Lot

3:00 PM Rubble Springs and Donaldson Cave Hike
Meet on steps behind Lakeview Activity Center

 

GATE FEE MAY  APPLY
For questions, please contact the Park Office at (812)849-3534.

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HOW AND WHY CAVES FORM

Look at the life and formations in a cave at Spring Mill State Park. Join us for a fascinating underground experience.
Meet at the Lakeview Activity Center

*Gate Fee May Apply*
For more information please call the Park Office at (812)849-3534.

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CHILDRENS OUTDOOR WEEKEND

Have you ever read the Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights? Complete all 11 items on the list and become an OFFICIAL Hoosier Outdoor Child:

Explore and play outdoors in a safe place.
Follow a trail and discover native plants, wildlife and history.
Experience traditional outdoor activities like fishing or hunting.
Discover and celebrate Indiana’s past.
Camp under the stars.
Climb a tree.
Visit a farm.
Plant a seed or tree and watch it grow.
Splash and play in streams, lakes and ponds.
Enjoy the outdoors using all the senses.
Ask questions, find answers and share nature with a friend.

This weekend at Spring Mill State Park pick up a Bill of Rights and program schedule at the front gate or the Lakeview Activity Center.

SCHEDULE

AUGUST 17, 2019
10:00 AM Fire Building
11:00 AM Fishing
11:00 AM Tent
12:00 PM Mystery Seed Planting
1:00 PM Wood Products and Trees
2:00 PM Reptile Rumble
3:00 PM Creek Stomp (Village Ordinary)
4:00 PM Nature Games
5:00 PM Blindfold Hike
6:00 PM Nocturnal Animals and Lake Hike

SPECIAL ARTS IN THE PARK GUESTS:
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Lisa Walsh Topography Art
2:00 PM Kay Olges and the Windfall Dancers

AUGUST 18, 2019
10:00 AM Fire Building
11:00 AM Fishing
11:00 AM Tent Pitching
12:00 PM Seed Planting
1:00 PM Creek Stomp (Village Ordinary)
2:00 PM  Tree Rings Activity
3:00 PM Nature Games
4:00 PM Nocturnal Animals and Lake Hike

Meet at the Lakeview Activity Center for most events.

 

GATE FEE MAY APPLY
Any questions, please contact the Park Office at (812)849-3534.

 

Check out some more fun events happening at Spring Mill:
Vintage Camper Rally
Cave Weekend
Endless Cave Tours
Fiber Arts Weekend

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CREEK STOMP

What’s living in Spring Mill State Park’s streams? Join Chris to find out! Bring your water shoes
Meet at the Village Ordinary.

*Gate Fee May Apply*
For more information please call the Park Office at (812)849-3534.

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Join us today at Spring Mill State Park for a good ol’ fashion Creek Stomp!

Meet the Spring Mill Naturalist at the Village Ordinary for a chance to get your feet wet while learning about all the creatures in the creek.

GATE FEE WILL APPLY
Please call the Park Office for more information (812)849-3534

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Come out and celebrate at Roots RV & Sales during their Customer Appreciation Days! Over the past 30+ years, Roots RV & Sales has collected a huge selection of RVs, Trailors, Motorhomes and supplies! Enjoy refreshments & register to win prizes like a FREE weekend motor home rental. AND… If you decide to purchase from Roots RV, you get complimentary camping vouchers!

From 11am to 1pm  on Friday Super Oldies 105.5 & Litefm 102.5 will be on site broadcasting Live on Location.

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Come out and celebrate at Roots RV & Sales during their Customer Appreciation Days! Over the past 30+ years, Roots RV & Sales has collected a huge selection of RVs, Trailors, Motorhomes and supplies! Enjoy refreshments & register to win prizes like a FREE weekend motor home rental. AND… If you decide to purchase from Roots RV, you get complimentary camping vouchers!

From 11am to 1pm  on Friday Super Oldies 105.5 & Litefm 102.5 will be on site broadcasting Live on Location.

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Come out and celebrate at Roots RV & Sales during their Customer Appreciation Days! Over the past 30+ years, Roots RV & Sales has collected a huge selection of RVs, Trailors, Motorhomes and supplies! Enjoy refreshments & register to win prizes like a FREE weekend motor home rental. AND… If you decide to purchase from Roots RV, you get complimentary camping vouchers!

From 11am to 1pm  on Friday Super Oldies 105.5 & Litefm 102.5 will be on site broadcasting Live on Location.

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Take an adventure through the rolling hills of Lawrence County and coast along the countryside. Traveling both on and off road, this ride will guide you through scenic views from all four corners of the county. At approximately 125 miles long, you will go through places you’ve probably never seen before. So, bring your friends and your family, and create a memory that will last forever. Yes, your kids can come, as well. All ages are welcome!

Early Registration: Friday 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Normal Registration: Saturday 7:00 am – 8:30 am

Riders $40   –   Passengers/Guests $15

Ride Starts : Saturday 9:00 am

Admission includes the ride, primitive camping, campfire, movie, prizes and a free cookout on Saturday night. * $25 for full RV hookups

ALL BIKES MUST BE STREET LEGAL, GRAVEL COMPATIBLE AND COMPLY WITH STATE NOISE REGULATIONS

Proceeds go to ABATE Bikers Care ABC Fund

For more information contact Rayce Guthrie at rayce@abateonline.com or (812) 381-72255p