Homestead Trail Hike
Saturday, June 19
Watch for signs of wildlife on this 2-mile hike in the backcountry with Naturalist Cassie.
Animal Scavenger Hunt
Saturday, June 19
Discover the native animals surrounding you in a fun-filled scavenger hunt around the park. This event will be geared for kids and adults are welcome. Hosted by Naturalist Ben.
Lost Pond to Outlook Ridge Hike
Wednesday, June 23
Wander with Naturalist Marinne to experience flowers, trees, animals and the beautiful Lost Pond. Moderate 2.5-miles.
Saturday, June 26
Staunton State Park will be celebrating the 8th Annual Marmot Fest from 10am to 3 pm Saturday and
Sunday June 26-27. It’s all about marmots with fun activities for whole family including
‘Where’s Raymond?’ scavenger hunt, games and crafts, hikes and rock climbing with instruction
and equipment provided. Park entrance fee is $10.
Peak View Pond Hike
Sunday, June 27
Keep an eye out for bear scratches, birds and wildflowers on this hike with Naturalist Ben. 1.5-miles RT.
School Pond Trail Hike
Monday, June 28
Hike School Pond trail (#2) and Stoner Mill trail (#23). See wildflowers, School Pond (red-wing blackbirds nest in the cattails) and beautiful views. About 3.5 miles RT. Led by Volunteer Nancy.
Wednesday, June 30
Wolves are amazing, social animals. Learn the facts from myths. Maybe you’ll see one for real! Led by Volunteer Ellen.
Saturday, August 14
Join us for a day of fun at our annual celebration of Moose. Activities include a scavenger hunt, hay ride, craft activities for kids, prize giveaways and fishing pole casting lesson. Presentations throughout the day will offer information about moose biology, history of moose in North Park and demonstrate how biologists transplant and track moose. Moose Visitor Center - 10am-4pm. For more information call (970) 723-8366.