Interpretive Programs

at Thousand Hills State Park

a naturalist shows some kids a snakeGo on a guided nature walk, play games or participate in informative discussions on topics including the area's natural landscape and endemic wildlife during regularly scheduled interpretive programs offered in the spring, summer and fall months. An interpretive shelter displays the park's petroglyphs, or rock carvings, believed to have been created by the area's inhabitants more than 1,500 years ago.

For additional information regarding interpretive programs, please check the park bulletin boards or the park Facebook page, or call the park office at 660-665-6995.