DCNR Calendar of Events

Events

Saturday, March 18

2023 Kings Gap Trail Challenge!

Can you hike every trail at Kings Gap? With 2600 acres of forest, Kings Gap has an extensive hiking system. Join us to get more comfortable hiking the...

STORYWALK: Curious George Makes Maple Syrup

Mt. Pisgah State Park invites you to enjoiy reading "Curious George Makes Maple Syrup" while walking along a portion of the Oh! Susanna Trail. This Storywalk...

Winter Wreath Hunt

This is a self-guided activity. Get outside and enjoy the park while searching for wreaths. Each wreath has been decorated with an animal and their tracks....

Dam release with fall foliage

Registration is required for this activity. Every participant must register seperately (including kids). Spaces are limited and will be filled on a...

Flying WILD w/ a MWEE Flair

Flying WILD! A cross-curricular, standard-based program designed to introduce school students to bird conservation through classroom activities and bird...

Introduction to Trout Fishing

Families with little or no fishing experience are invited to learn basic fishing skills before trying their luck catching fish! The program is open to ages 5...

Polar Bear Float

Cook Forest State Park will be conducting an interpretive cold weather kayaking trip on the National Wild & Scenic Clarion River. Join the flotilla and...

What’s that Duck?!

Registration is FULL, but you can still sign up to get on the waitlist. Do you want to become a birder? Learning ducks is a great way to get your feet wet....

Boots N’ Brews

Avoid the crowds and head to the forest for a special St. Paddy’s Day hike! This moderate, 5 mile hike will showcase a few special areas of Laurel Mountain....

Maple Open House Weekend

Bring the whole family to Hills Creek State Park and learn how pure maple syrup is processed from the tree to your table. The Maple Open House will be held...

Maple on the Mount

Plan to enjoy about an hour with us to experience how maple syrup is produced. You will see how maple syrup is taken from the tree to table and learn some...

Nature's Weirdos

Come learn about some of the weird plants and animals (and more) you may have never heard of – and they live right here! Wentz Education Center

Tohickon Gorge White Water Release Hike

***Pre-registration required: Please register for this program by clicking the green "register" button.*** ***Program location: Tohickon Valley County Park,...

Tohickon Gorge White Water Release Hike

***Pre-registration required: Please register for this program by clicking the green "register" button.*** ***Program location: Tohickon Valley County Park,...

Dam release with fall foliage

Registration is required for this activity. Every participant must register seperately (including kids). Spaces are limited and will be filled on a...

Green Walk

Have you ever wondered what plants stay green throughout the winter? Kinzua Bridge State Park has several interesting "greenies" for you to find along the...

VIRTUAL - Tree of the Month: Sugar Maple

Join us for a virtual lunchtime presentation on Pennsylvania's sweetest tree, the sugar maple! This is a virtual program that will be conducted via Microsoft...

St. Patrick’s Day Hike

Though leprechauns and pots of gold may be hard to come by in the forests of the Tiadaghton, the color green is something that you can easily find, even this...

Winter Weeds Walk

Even in early spring, the remnants of last year’s plants can add beauty to a walk by the lake. Join others as we explore the Pleasant Valley and Sunken...

Maple Sugaring

Learn all things maple sugaring: how it was discovered, how it was made historically, and how things have changed over the years. Travel to the sugar bush...

PGC Tom Keller “Introduction of Pine Marten”

Did you hear about the Pine Marten and its possible reintroduction to Pennsylvania? If you have, and would like to know more, then come down to the Elk...

History Hike

What a beautiful time to get out and visit our beautiful limestone kilns for a glimpse into the history of this area. Learn about the railroad, immigrants...

All About Amphibians

Let's learn all about amphibians! Join the Environmental Educator on an Amphibian Adventure learning all about the frogs, toads, and salamanders that call...

Woodcock Watch and Owl Prowl

Join Jennings staff and members of the Bartramian Audubon Society on Saturday, March 18 from 7:00 – 10:00 PM for a woodcock watch and owl prowl. After a...

Barred Owl

Venture with us along the dark paths to hear and maybe see some of the nightlife in the park. Along the way, attendees will learn about the owls that reside...

Saturday, March 18