8/25/2017 to 8/26/2017 | Washington State Park | De Soto, MO
- 7 p.m. - Critters of Missouri - Campground Amphitheater
Join Washington State Park interpretive staff to learn all about the critters that call Missouri home.
- 2 p.m. - Petroglyph and Glade Tour – Petroglyph Site
This guided interpretive walk highlights two of Washington State Park's unique features. The walk begins with a tour of the ancient Native American rock carvings and will then venture out onto the glade, where visitors will learn about life on this landscape.
- 4 p.m. - How Many Bears? – Campground Amphitheater
How many bears can live in this forest? Learn what it takes for a forest to support such large mammals as the black bear in this fun and active game.
- 7 p.m. - Bear Aware – Campground Amphitheater
As black bears make a comeback to Missouri, there are certain precautions to take when enjoying the outdoors. Support black bears and stay safe with these tips from Washington State Park interpretive staff.
- 7 a.m. - Bird Walk – Campground Showerhouse
Join Washington State Park Interpretive Staff for this bird walk. This walk will cover approximately one mile over moderately difficulty trails. Binoculars are encouraged.
- 8 a.m. - Nature Hour – Campground Showerhouse
Join Washington State Park interpretive staff for fun and informative nature hour.
All events last approximately one hour and are weather and conditions permitting and subject to change.
- Interpretive Programs