DCNR Calendar of Events

Events

Thursday, April 22

Family Self-led Virtual Trail  Challenge: The Great Animal Mystery!

A mystery Pennsylvania animal is making tracks and leaving evidence all through at Washington Crossing Historic Park! Your family’s mission, should you...

Friends of Kings Gap Plant Sale - Online!

This year’s annual plant sale will again be online. You can order your plants by May 10. Pick-up will be held on Saturday, May 15, from 11:00 A.M. -...

Self Guided - StoryWalk®: The Listening Walk

Enjoy a story as you walk along a trail. You can find spring's StoryWalk® at the White Oaks Trail in the Kings Gap Hollow Day Use Area. This season's story...

Self-Guided High Adventure: Healthy Hike Challenge!

Hiking is a great way to improve your physical and mental health. See if you have what it takes to have your name added to our Iron Hikers list for 2021!...

Story Stroll: What Does Bunny See?

The library has removed this due to continued vandalism. Please stay tuned for more information about temporary story strolls. If you or someone you know...

Sunrise Hike

Kick off Earth Day with a hike along the lake to watch the sunrise. Please call 814-625-9369 or email zmccloskey@pa.gov to register for this program. Please...

Morning Bird Walk

Join the naturalist on a leisurely stroll to catch spring migrants as they return to the park. Please bring your own binoculars if able. Call 814-625-9369 or...

Feathered Friends - Monthly Bird Walk!

***Pre-registration is required: please click the green "register" button to sign up for this program.*** Programs are subject to change at any time....

Weekly Weeders

Interested in learning more about gardening with native plants? Volunteer to work alongside our education staff as they mulch, pull weeds, divide plants, and...

Earth Day Hike

Nothing makes you appreciate nature more than expriencing the real thing. After hiking with us for approximately 2 miles through the woods, you will have...

Earth Day Hike

Hiking part of the Falls Trail to see our biggest waterfall, Ganoga Falls. This is a 1-mile moderate hike. Good boots are recommended for walking. Park...

Family Science Outside: Invasive Plants!

Family Science Outside: Invasive Plants! brings at-home learners and their grown-ups into the living lab of the great outdoors to explore the impacts that...

Pulling Together: Earth Day Invasive Species Hike

Invasive plants pose a huge threat to the biodiversity of native flora and fauna in ecosystems throughout the world. Celebrate EARTH DAY by joining your DCNR...

EARTH WEEK AT RACCOON CREEK: Native Wildflower Planting

There's no better way to celebrate Earth Day than planting some native wildflowers, so we'll be doing exactly that at Raccoon Creek! In addition to that,...

Earth Day Clean Up

Celebrate Earth Day by helping with an Earth Day Clean Up at Oil Creek State Park! We have a number of projects to work on, from roadside litter pick-up to...

Earth Day Clean Up Hike

Come celebrate Earth Day with a 2 mile long walk along the bike trail, about 1 hour long. We will each get plastic gloves and a bag to pick up any trash we...

Earth Day- "Bears! Beavers! Birds!" - For Homeschoolers

***THIS EVENT IS NOW FILLED****Homeschooled students in grades 2 - 6 are invted to participate in some exciting activities that celebrate some of the...

Family Science Outside: Invasive Plants!

Family Science Outside: Invasive Plants! brings at-home learners and their grown-ups into the living lab of the great outdoors to explore the impacts that...

Hide N Seekers: Bluebirds!

Join us for some discovery based programs for ages 4 - 5 here at the park. The program will include a story, hands on activities, and discovery based...

Native Plants - The Good, Better, & Best Virtual Program Preregistration is required

Native plants can be beautiful, easier to maintain, and helpful to pollinators like native bees and butterflies. This is not an in-person program, but a...

Six Penny Earth Day Hike

Join park staff on an earth day hike. We will be hiking the 3.5 mile six penny trail. We will be hiking to the six penny dam, the original day use area of...

Stories in the Garden for ages 4-6- Virtual (Southampton)

Registration Full Learn all about gardening with educators from Tyler State Park and The Southampton Free Library! In each of these one-hour classes for...

Virtual Home School Day: Earth Day 2021

Join the park naturalist online as we learn about Earth Day and the importance of taking care of the Earth and our environment. Participants will receive...

Earth Day Pest Plant Removal - Volunteer Event

***Registration required: Please register for this program by clicking the green "register" button.*** ***Meeting location: Giving Pond Recreation Area,...

Vernal Pool Hike

Join Naturalist Robin Tracey on Lake View Trail on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 10:30 am. The hike is 5.5 miles in length and moderate to difficult. The...

Family Science Outside: Invasive Plants!

Family Science Outside: Invasive Plants! brings at-home learners and their grown-ups into the living lab of the great outdoors to explore the impacts that...

VIRTUAL - Earth Day: A Look Back, A Look Forward

51 years ago ... I was quite a bit younger. But I remember ... do you? This program is a brief look back at the beginnings of Earth Day, and where it may...

Virtual Program- Engineers Of Black Moshannon Lake

Find out interesting facts about beavers and why they are an important part of the lake. This program is virtual and will not take place at the park. It...

Spotted Salamander

Today is Earth Day! To celebrate, get outside and explore the park with us. We’ll take a 2-mile hike and discuss the plants and animals discovered along the...

Family Science Outside: Invasive Plants!

Family Science Outside: Invasive Plants! brings at-home learners and their grown-ups into the living lab of the great outdoors to explore the impacts that...

Fish of Little Pine and Hyner Run (Virtual Program)

Be advised that this program will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams and will not take place face to face at Hyner Run State Park. Join the park...

Family Science Outside: Invasive Plants!

Family Science Outside: Invasive Plants! brings at-home learners and their grown-ups into the living lab of the great outdoors to explore the impacts that...

Spotted Salamander

Today is Earth Day! To celebrate, get outside and explore the park with us. We’ll take a 2-mile hike and discuss the plants and animals discovered along the...

Virtual: Hills Creek Bioblitz Kickoff

How Many species can you find at Hills Creek State Park? Hundreds? Thousands? Be a part of the Hills Creek Bio-Blitz and help us discover just how many...

Night Hike for Homeschoolers

Just how do animals see in the dark? Learn the answer to this question and more nighttime mysteries on this short hike for homeschoolers and their families....

Thursday, April 22