WHO likes owls!? WHO? WHO? If you like owls as much as we do, visit the Lakeview Activity Center at Spring Mill to learn about Indiana’s Owl. During the program you will dissect owl pellets to learn about their diet. It may be yucky, but we promise that it will be interesting!
Spring Mill State Park
Did you know that bats are beneficial to us? Sure, they may not be the cutest things, but they eat those annoying bugs that give us the creepy-crawlies. If you want to learn more about these interesting little guys, then join us in this interactive program at the Lakeview Activity Center in Spring Mill.
Make a special “bat craft” and learn some interesting facts about Indiana’s bats. After you are done, take a rugged hike down to Donaldson Cave. Feel free to explore the cave after the hike is over. Bring a flash light and some clothes that can get dirty!
Meet at the Lakeview Activity Center.
Meet in the Elm Room at the Spring Mill Inn, and learn interesting facts about the birds of Indiana while you make your own biodegradable bird feeder.
*NOTE: Peanut Butter will be used
BOURBON AND BACON
Do you like bacon? Do you like bourbon? Great! Let’s throw them together at the “Bourbon and Bacon” pairing event at Salt Creek Brewery.
Includes: a flight of 3 bourbons and 3 craft bacons.
Please call Salt Creek to get your tickets.
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
Visit the beautiful Spring Mill State Park Inn to eat a delicious breakfast buffet with Santa. Join in on plenty of fun holiday activities!
CHILDREN (4-10) $7
Make your reservation by calling the Inn at (812)849-4508
Attention Audubon Society members and bird lovers alike… Have you ever heard of Alexander Wilson? If not, here’s a little fact: he is known as the “Father of Ornithology”. Head over to the back patio at Spring Mill Inn and learn more about this interesting fellow’s pioneering work and why he has his own monument at Spring Mill State Park.
Camping is a fantastic way to spend more time outdoors, even as we get into the cooler months of the year. In Lawrence County there are many outdoor adventures to be had, and fall is one of the most beautiful times to enjoy the picturesque views and stunning fall foliage. What better way to admire …
Do you or your kids know how to build a campfire? Let’s learn! Visit the Sycamore Shelter at Spring Mill State Park where you will be taught how to SAFELY build your own campfire.
Tony, a Spring Mill State Park volunteer, asks you to join him on a very interesting exploration. Many people have never heard of Cave River Valley, but it is a very beautiful place. CRV is a primitive park owned by Spring Mill, and about 15 minutes away. Tony plans to tell you all about it’s history on this one hour hike. The trail will be rugged. So, being good hiking boots and weather appropriate clothing.
Meet at the Donaldson Shelter parking lot.