You can attend a variety of interpretive programs from March through October, including nature walks, live animal demonstrations, evening programs, nature games, nature crafts, storytelling and mill tours.
Program schedules are posted on bulletin boards in the campground, picnic areas, the lodge, mill and naturalist’s office. Programs are one hour or less (unless otherwise noted), free of charge and do not require reservations. Parents should accompany children to programs.
During the winter season, the park naturalist will travel upon arrangement to surrounding communities to provide programs for civic groups and assist school teachers with science and natural history lessons.