DCNR Calendar of Events

Events

Wednesday, June 30

Self Guided - Storybook Trail at Painted Turtle Pond

Explore the habitat of Painted Turtle Pond as you read Over and Under The Pond by Kate Messner on our current storybook trail. On this self guided...

Wildlife Watchers on Water Kayak Program

Enjoy a 1 ½ hour guided kayak program. The trip is a leisurely paddle through the coves of Lake Marburg to quietly observe wildlife on the water’s...

Bluebird Talk and Walk

Come join the park naturalist and a few of our dedicated conservation volunteers for an informative program on DCNR's Cavity-nesting Trails Program. Program...

DiscoverE:  Hide 'N Seekers

DiscoverE: Hide-N-Seekers (Age 4-5) Hide-N-Seekers camp includes hands-on outdoor explorations that stimulate environmental awareness within each...

Discovery Hike Series

Join the park naturalist for a series of hikes to learn about the great outdoors! As we put a mile or two under our boots, we will discuss all we discover to...

Outdoor Adventure Day Mini camp-THIS CAMP IS FULL

**ages 12-15. Young people will get to try various outdoor rec activities such as archery, tomahawk throwing, atlatyls or flint & steel firestarting.Youth...

Exhibit: 100 Years of Presque Isle State Park

Presque Isle State Park is celebrating its 100-year anniversary.  A new educational exhibit showcasing the history of the park will be on display from May...

Story Walks - Alpacas

A self guided story walk on the Whispering Pines Trail for families with children and animal lovers. Today will be a live sheep to meet and greet. Sponsored...

HIDE-N-SEEKERS: Wild About Butterflies!

Children ages 4-6 will learn about butterflies through stories, games, and a craft.

Historic Gristmill Hours

2021 Historic Gristmill Hours are from 10:30 AM to 3:30 PM at McConnells Mill State Park. The historic gristmill will be open to visitors Wednesdays through...

Virtual: Know Before You Go - Cherry Springs

Find out what you need to know before you visit Cherry Springs, such as what to bring, how to best plan an evening stargazing, and how to observe several...

Snakes Alive!

Could you tell the difference between a venomous and a non-venomous snake? Most snakes are harmless. After a short lecture we'll go searching for snakes.

What Animal Left That Track?

Join Mount Pisgah State Parks naturalist for a program on wildlife tracks and tracking. Learn how animals walk and how to identify animal tracks....

OH, THE MANY FEET WE MEET!

Learn ti identify the wildlife tracks you find on our trails and in your own back yard during this family-friendly game. Prizes!

Explore the Shore: Black Jack Swamp Natural Area

Join the park naturalist for a paddle to explore a section of Pymatuning’s lakeshore. Participants can bring their own kayak and gear or borrow from the...

Kayaking for Families on 6/30

This is an easy kayaking program for families. Kayaks, paddles, and vests will be provided, but your participation must be registered ahead of time. For...

Family Science Night: Waterfalls and Mineral Springs

Calling kids ages 5-16 and their parents,take a stroll and learn how geology played an important role in developing beautiful, cool, and legendary features...

Wednesday Evening  Hikers Club!

Experience a springtime evening along the trails of Washington Crossing Historic Park and the Delaware Canal Towpath! Accompany the Park Naturalist and...

Sunset Kayaking for Adults on 6/30

This is an evening kayaking program for adults. As the sun settles to dusk, let your stress vanish into the evening sky. Kayaks, paddles, and vests will...

Mindful Moments in Nature: Sunset Songs

Shake off the stress of the work week with some therapeutic time in nature. Mindful Moments in Nature is a programming series each week at Keystone State...

Firefly Watch

Registration is required. Contact Jen Moore at 814-723-0259 or jennmoore@pa.gov to register. Join members from PA Firefly Festival to experience nature’s...

Wednesday, June 30