2 points Nature’s bounty is all around! Learn what plants are used for what purpose on a hike through Metea County Park.
Rachel Rossiter Smith will guide the pack through fact and fiction of plant use. Dress for the weather, we’ll be out for about an hour. Then we’ll do an activity and have a snack.
This program is designed for women and young ladies about 12 and up. Cost is $5. Call 260-449-3777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register or for more information. Must have 5 registered by June 1 for program to run.
July 27-31: Flutterbies Aug. 3-7: Creepy Creek Critters
30 points per week Camp is one of the best investments you can make in your children’s development. By incorporating fun into learning about the outdoors, we create positive experiences for children in a natural environment.
Fees are $100.00 per week per child. Early-Bird Discounted Rate (Prior to May 29th): $95.00 per week.
Sack lunches are required from home. We will provide drinks and snacks. If your child has any special food allergies, they will need to bring their own snacks/drinks.
Download a registration form from www.allencountyparks.org. Click on Summer Day Camps 2009 link. Pre-registration required - call 449-3180. Minimum of 15 registrations required per week in order to continue have camp. So bring a friend to camp!
2 points Nature’s beauty is fleeting in spring, so come out to Metea County Park to catch the spring wildflowers while they are here! Bring the whole family and a camera to capture it all with.
Dress for the weather and don’t forget to register by May 18. Cost is $2 per person. Call 260-449-3777 or email email@example.com to register or for more information, 5 people minimum registered to run.
May 23, Saturday, 8 AM - Pre-Caving - May 14, Thursday, 7:30 PM, Metea County Park
4 points Go underground with Allen County Parks.
Caving instructor and naturalist Bob Dispenza will be leading a trip to a new cave (for us) near Bedford on Saturday, May 23. We’ll be exploring a wild cave in the area and going off the beaten path, looking for cave wildlife and unusual formations.
Mandatory pre-caving class is Thursday, May 14, 7:30 PM at Metea County Park Visitor Center. Class fee of $20.00 per person covers maps and caving instruction. Learn about geology, cave life, needed equipment and cave formation.
This activity is somewhat strenuous, but suitable for beginners in good physical condition.
Call 449-3777 to make reservations, with a minimum of 5 registered by the pre-caving class for the trip to go.