4/15/2017 | Washington State Park | De Soto, MO
10 a.m. Spring Thing Walk - Thunderbird Lodge
- This guided interpretive hike will feature some of the first signs of spring along 1,000 Step Trail. The trail is approximately one mile and is mostly level but moderately difficult. Dress accordingly for this outdoor experience. This hike will take approximately 1.5 hours.
2 p.m. Petroglyph Tour - Petroglyph Site
- This one-hour tour explores the park's petroglyphs. The guide will discuss and point out the symbols left behind by an ancient culture and their historical significance.
6 p.m. Park History Stroll - Thunderbird Lodge
- Washington State Park's history is storied from another era to modern day. This one-hour guided interpretive stroll will feature the park's history with particular focus on the workmanship of Civilian Conservation Corps Company 1743. The stroll is approximately 0.5 mile and of easy difficulty.
All events are weather and conditions permitting and subject to change.