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Come learn how to use a map & compass on our orienteering course.

We’ll show you the basics before you try to find all the points.

Space is limited – call early. Please call to register.

$5 per person

Join us for one or both of these guided birding excursions in search of various warbler species migrating through our area.

Bring a lunch, camera & sunscreen.

Call to reserve a seat in the van – Maximum of 18 spaces.

$30 per person, per day

Put on your lab coats and prepare to conduct some crazy experiments!  You’ll get to build your own rocket, create a cushion for an egg, and more.

Prepare to get your hands a little dirty!

Great for kids! Call to register.

$8/Child

Come learn how to use a map & compass on our orienteering course.

We’ll show you the basics before you try to find all the points.

Space is limited – call early. Please call to register.

$5 per person

Climb into a bald eagle’s nest, crawl into a bat cave, explore a beaver lodge, and dig in a fossil pit!  Explore this indoor discovery room and enjoy hands-on exhibits on natural history, sustainability and the local environment.

No registration required.

Free

Lead support is provided by the William Penn Foundation.

Spend the afternoon with us at our ponds and streams!  Learn about some of our amphibious friends as we gently catch and release these slimy critters.

Wear boots and plan on getting wet and muddy.

Please call to register.

$5 per person

Join the Botanical Hiker, Heather Houskeeper, for a gentle guided walk that utilizes aspects of forest bathing alongside education about edible & medicinal plants, as well as nature journaling. The intention of this program is to cultivate a relationship with the land via interaction/connection with the plants. The program closes with a shared tea.

Participants go home with their own nature journal to continue their observations in the natural world. Nature journals, colored pencils, and pencils are provided.

Please call to register.

$20 per person

Lead support is provided by the William Penn Foundation.

Join us for a paddle around our ponds! Beginners are welcome – we teach you everything you need to know!

Dress appropriately – you may get wet.

Call in advance to reserve a boat.

Free

Lead support is provided by the William Penn Foundation.

Take a hike on the Fossil Trail with Paul Kovalski, aka Dr. Dinosaur, as we discuss the geology of our area and what makes our park unique.

Please call to register.

$5 per person

Join the Botanical Hiker, Heather Houskeeper, in discovering the many edible and medicinal plants that inhabit our region. Heather will share tips for positive identification, methods for sustainable harvest, and practical ways to work with these plants for food and medicine. You’re sure to meet these plants again in your own backyard or along other favorite walking paths.

Our walk will be easy to moderate in nature with many stops along the way and appropriate for all ages.

Feel free to bring a notepad or use your phone to jot down notes!

No collecting will be done in the Park.

Please call to register.

$15 per person

Lead support is provided by the William Penn Foundation.

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