Nature activities scheduled at White Clay Creek Park
The White Clay Creek State Park Nature Center is hosting winter events for families. Park entrance fees are now in effect. The series includes:
Wilderness Survival Series at the Robinson Property
Dates: Saturdays, March 29 and April 26
Time: 10 a.m. to noon
Ages 6 and older. Spend a few Saturdays in survival mode and “live like Crusoe” at the Robinson site as we build shelters, track animals and more. Participants must be able to hike up a steep incline. Cost is $9 per class. Call to register (302-368-6900).
Full Moon Fridays (Park After Dark)
Date: Friday March 14: Coyote Twilight
Time: 7 p.m.
These programs meet on or near the full moon. Pre-registration is required. Call the park office to register (302-368-6900). Cost is $6 per person.
Date: Saturday, March 22
Time: 10 a.m.
Join a silent hike as we listen to the sounds of nature with our heightened senses. This is designated as a meditation hike to enjoy the forest and fields in quiet contemplation.