Drop in with your own book, art project or coloring book. Join us in the shade for relaxation and lemonade. For all ages, stay as little or long as you like. Activity is free but you will need to have or purchase a state park sticker to attend.
Meet at the Visitor Center Parking Lot for a walk down the Story Walk and Blue Trail for some interesting facts about the park with our superintendent, Elias Wilson.
Drop-in, put your feet up, and relax in the peaceful atmosphere of the park's beautiful Vista Trail. Borrow binoculars, peruse a book, or color a masterpiece! Bring your hammock, chair, or blanket. Meet at the Vista Lot.
All ages, drop-in to the Visitor Center Auditorium to create your own works of art using rocks, paint, and hot glue!
Learn all about snakes and watch as our education snake, Mickey, is fed a mouse! You might even get the chance to hold or touch Mickey! Meet in the Visitor Center Auditorium.
Meet in Parking Lot F to observe the night sky using telescopes or binoculars. This event is weather permitting. On overcast nights the event will be cancelled.
Your Special Path: Take a walk in nature and hunt for interesting things. As you explore, let your senses go to work. Make mental notes of things most interesting to you. Later you will make a "map" of your special path. Bring your 5 to 10-year-old and meet in the Auditorium of the Visitor's Center.
Learn to read a map and use a compass, then we'll head outside to practice your new skills by playing fun compass games. Best for ages 8 and up. Meet at the Visitor Center.
Trees are terrific! Learn about the big, beautiful giants that create habitats for all sorts of forest life! Drop-in by the beach.
Learn all about snakes and how they eat! Then watch as our education fox snake Mickey is fed a mouse! You will even get the chance to touch or hold our education snakes. Note: All programs require a Wisconsin State Park entrance sticker or daily entrance fee.