DCNR Calendar of Events

Events

Friday, September 16

Morning Paddle

Join us for a relaxing morning floating and dipping our paddles on the water of Glendale Lake. Watch an eagle or osprey soaring above, a beaver moving...

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...

Hiking Series #10

Join a naturalist from Hickory Run State Park Complex at 9 a.m. on select weekdays for interpretive hikes of varying length and difficulty. This year’s...

Home School Nature Adventures

Discover nature with other elementary age homeschoolers (K-5) who meet up every other Friday with DCNR park naturalist to explore the outdoors through a wide...

Walk with a Doc - Advancing Wellness through Nature

Walking at spending time in nature are both low impact ways to help promote good health. R.B. Winter State Park’s Rapid Run Nature Trail offers a great...

McConnells Mill Historic Gristmill Autumn Hours

Thursdays through Sundays - 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM The 19th century gristmill is the centerpiece of McConnells Mill State Park. The historic gristmill at...

Walk with a Doc - Advancing Wellness through Nature

Spend your lunch break with us! Come out and join a local Doctor and Spring Grove Regional Parks and Recreation Staff on a walk through our community park...

Wetlands & Wildlife Paddle

Wetlands & Wildlife Paddle – Friday, September 16, 2022 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM – Pleasant Valley Non-Motorized Launch (South Shore) Moraine Wetlands evoke...

Meet the Park EES

The Park EES (Environmental Education Specialist) will be set up at the Park Office on Friday afternoon from 3-6pm. He will have the program guide to the...

Walk with a Doc - Advancing Wellness through Nature

Join us for a walk along the Flood Protection Levy system beginning at Fort St. in Forty Fort. Walk with a Doc will allow you to engage with Dr. Essie...

Family Science Night: Monarch Madness

During this program you will have the opportunity to participate as a citizen scientist for Monarch Watch, a conservation and research program based at the...

Fossil Frenzy: Digging through PA’s Past

Did you know we have fossils right under our feet? Come learn about the types of fossils we find here at Little Buffalo, how they were created, and what they...

Astronomy by Kayak

Take a moment to look at the stars - while sitting in a kayak. All equipment (kayaks, paddles, vests) will be provided, but please dress appropriately for...

Chestnut Walk

Walk to the grove while we discuss the return of these mighty giants from near extinction.

Campfire Tales: Stories in the Stars

Join the park naturalist around the campfire to hear some of tales based on the constellations in the sky. You may just learn something new. Bring a chair or...

Night Paddle and Campout on the Beach

How does a night paddle and campout on a beach sound? We'll also throw in a campfire and some star gazing to finish out the evening. This program is limited...

Of Hawks and Owls

Mounted specimens, adaptation and life styles of Pennsylvania's birds-of-prey.

Public Sky Watch

Get a glimpse of the night sky with your own telescope or use the telescopes of the Starlight Astronomy Club as they scan the heavens. For more information,...

Raptors of PA

Learn about the birds of prey that inhabit Pennsylvania. Find out what techniques each family of raptors use to catch their prey and how wildlife management...

Friday, September 16