DCNR Calendar of Events

Events

Tuesday, June 21

DIY State Park BioBlitz Competition

How many species can you identify in the park? Use iNaturalist app to help the park. The Seek app can help you identify and post your finds to the...

Delaware River Sojourn!

***Pre-registration is required! To register click the green register button!*** 2022 Sojourn stretches being paddled & camping locations: Friday, June 17...

State-Wide June Bio Blitz

If you are a mushroom hunter, fisherman, birder, or just like walking the trails and discovering the diversity of our parks, we need YOU! To help us learn...

State-Wide June Bio Blitz!

Calling all self-proclaimed naturalists! If you are a mushroom hunter, fisherman, birder, or just like walking the trails and discovering the diversity of...

Kayaking from Sunrise

Welcome the first day of summer, and enjoy the rising sun from the vantage point of a kayak. All equipment (kayaks, paddles, vests) will be provided, but...

Storywalk - Can He Keep It?

Enjoy a walk thru nature while reading a story. The story is located on Adams Run Trail, is less than 1/2 a mile, and handicap accessible. Parking is...

Kayaking in the Late Morning

Enjoy the first day of summer from the vantage point of a kayak. All equipment (kayaks, paddles, vests) will be provided, but please dress appropriately for...

Local Issues, Local Solutions: Empowering Students to Address Local Environmental Issues Through Research and Stewardship Teacher Workshop

Do you want to expand your student-centered learning projects to include stewardship and action in your local community? Do you want to learn outside? Join...

STORYWALK: Mama Built a Little Nest- Recurring Event Self Guided

Mt. Pisgah State Park invites you to enjoy reading "Mama Built a Nest" while walking along the Oh! Susanna Trail by Stephen Foster Lake between the pool area...

DiscoverE Hide 'n Seekers (Age 5 only): Neature Detectives

Registration will be online only. We are not able to accept walk-in or phone registrations at this time. The world is full of all sorts of exciting things...

 Branching Out: Tree ID Basics

Trees are all around us - in fact, there are over 100 species found regularly in PA. But can you tell a spruce from a fir? How about a Norway maple from a...

DiscoverE: Hide-N-Seekers- Fantastic Forests- Morning Session

DiscoverE is a hands-on day camp experience that allows children to explore nature while building confidence, curiosity of the natural world and social...

Hide and Seekers Nature Camp

Children ages 4 & 5 will learn about owls, turtles, and caterpillars and butterflies through outdoor exploration, hands on activites, stories, and craft....

Hear the Hammer of Forging Iron

In the Nineteenth Century, wooden pegs were used for construction because metal products were so expensive. Come see an actual blacksmith in action with this...

DiscoverE: Hide-N-Seekers- Fantastic Forests- Afternoon Session

DiscoverE is a hands-on day camp experience that allows children to explore nature while building confidence, curiosity of the natural world and social...

PA Mammals Past & Present

While we don’t have any buffalo (despite our name!) there sure are a lot of other furry creatures to be found here. Come test your skills of identifying furs...

VIRTUAL June Book Club

THIS IS A VIRTUAL EVENT AND WILL NOT BE HELD IN-PERSON IN THE PARK. In partnership with the Friends of Washington Crossing Park the March meeting of the...

Evening Golden Hour Hike at Erie Bluffs 

Join Park Naturalists for an evening hike through Erie Bluffs State Park. Learn about nocturnal wildlife, park history, and hope to hear night sounds. Please...

Tuesday, June 21