DCNR Calendar of Events

Events

Wednesday, October 14

Self-Guided Fall Foliage and Autumn Wonders Walkabout

Experience the extraordinary transformations occurring in the fall forest community on this special, limited-time only Self-Guided Fall Foliage and Autumn...

Teaching Area Restoration

We are looking for help with refurbishing our outdoor classrooms in the Henrys Forge Area. Flooding from August's tropical storm washed away the classroom...

Family Science Outside: Exploring Ecosystems (Week 2: Wetlands)

Family Science Outside: Exploring Ecosystems brings at-home learners and their grown-ups into the living lab of the great outdoors! These weekly...

Hiking Series #6

Join a naturalist at 9 a.m. on select weekdays for hikes of varying length and difficulty. This year’s series visits trails on our public lands including...

Family Science Outside: Exploring Ecosystems (Week 2: Wetlands)

Family Science Outside: Exploring Ecosystems brings at-home learners and their grown-ups into the living lab of the great outdoors! These weekly...

National Fossil Day

Join your DCNR Park Naturalist for a special exhibit along the Multi-Use Trail to celebrate National Fossil Day. While the geology of Ridley Creek State Park...

Watershed Wednesday Hike

Walk and talk about issues affecting watersheds. This is a light to moderate hike along some of Nolde Forest’s most beloved trails and will provide...

Oak Loop Hike

Join Naturalist Robin Tracey on the Oak/Hemlock Trail at Locust Lake on Wednesday, October 14, 2020. The trail is 4 miles in length and difficult. The...

Family Science Outside: Exploring Ecosystems (Week 2: Wetlands)

Family Science Outside: Exploring Ecosystems brings at-home learners and their grown-ups into the living lab of the great outdoors! These weekly...

Home School/Cyber School-Owls and Other Birds of Prey

Kids in grades 3-6 will explore the world of birds of prey through instruction and hands on activities. Registration is required. To sign up, email Kathy at...

Family Science Outside: Exploring Ecosystems (Week 2: Wetlands)

Family Science Outside: Exploring Ecosystems brings at-home learners and their grown-ups into the living lab of the great outdoors! These weekly...

Family Fun Hikes

Explore the forest as a family and learn along the way! Topics and timing of these hikes will vary. *Some topics may be repeated* Each session will...

Kids October Hiking Series

With all the added screen time associated with virtual learning, why not take advantage of an opportunity to get your kids outside for a good old-fashioned...

National Fossil Day Extravaganza

You might know what Raccoon Creek State Park looks like today. But what did it look like 300 million years ago? Come on down to the park on National Fossil...

Animal Track Detectives!

"What is that footprint in the mud?" "It looks like an alien!" Join us to find out what walks around in the woods of Black Moshannon. Is it a bird, or a...

Fall Trees Walk & Talk

Join the park naturalist for a fall walk to talk about why trees change their color and how you can identify them in the fall. Bring your cameras if you have...

Nature Club

Students in grades 5 – 8 can meet us afterschool on alternating Wednesday for fun enrichment activities outdoors. Sept 16 – Environmental Art Sept 30 –...

Hike for Health

Join us after work for a hike with a St. Luke’s University health professional! Get some exercise while learning about health and fitness outdoors. Each hike...

Wednesday, October 14