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Events For Next 7 Days
Tour De Bong
Address: Richard Bong State Recreation Area, Kansasville
Date: 05/28/2022 to 05/28/2022
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 pm
Description:Bring your bike and helmet for a leisurely ride through the park with a guide. Roads will be busy so the ride is best for experienced riders. The round trip total is approximately 8 miles. The activity is free, but you will need to have or purchase a state park sticker to attend. Meet at the Visitor Center.

Notes:Email: Elias.wilson@wisconsin.gov; Phone: 262-878-5601

Critter Corner - Wolves
Address: Devil's Lake State Park, Baraboo
Date: 05/28/2022 to 05/28/2022
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Description:Bring your pack on over to the Critter Corner to discover more about Wisconsin wolves. Join the naturalist for hands-on activities and fun. This program’s activities are designed with families in mind but open to kids of all ages. Happening at the North Shore beach by the Chateau.

Notes:Email: Susan.JohansenMayoleth@wisconsin.gov; Phone: 608-356-8301 Ext. 140

Critter Corner - Bears
Address: Devil's Lake State Park, Baraboo
Date: 05/29/2022 to 05/29/2022
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Description:Amble over to the Critter Corner to learn more about Wisconsin black bears. Join the naturalist for hands-on activities and fun. This program’s activities are designed with families in mind but open to kids of all ages. Happening at the North Shore beach by the Chateau.

Notes:Email: Susan.JohansenMayoleth@wisconsin.gov; Phone: 608-356-8301 Ext. 140

Spring Bird Hike
Address: Mosquito Hill Nature Center, New London
Date: 05/30/2022 to 05/30/2022
Time: 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Description:Spring is one of the most exciting seasons for birding! Come along for a casual, guided hike with a naturalist during the peak of the spring migration. Whether you are a beginner or expert level birder, all are welcome to attend one or any number of the offered hikes. Come dressed for the weather with good hiking shoes. Bring your own binoculars or borrow a pair from us.

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Trail Trekkers
Address: Kettle Moraine Sate Forest, Northern Unit, Campbellsport
Date: 06/01/2022 to 06/01/2022
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Description:Come for an energizing 2.56-mile hike along the Ice Age Trail between Hwy 67 and County Road U. Make sure to wear good footwear and bring drinking water and insect repellant. A shuttle will be available between the starting and finishing spot. Meet at the Ice Age Trail crossing at County Road U (about .25 miles west of the Parnell Tower parking lot at W7876 County Road U, Plymouth – located between Hwy 67 and County Road A).

Notes:Email: jackie.scharfenberg@wisconsin.gov, Phone: tel:+1-920-579-6479

Hike The Ice Age Trail
Address: Devil's Lake State Park, Baraboo
Date: 06/02/2022 to 06/02/2022
Time: 8:00 AM - 3:00 Pm
Description:Want a great way to see all Devil’s Lake has to offer? Join the naturalist for a hike along the Ice Age Trail. The Ice Age National Scenic Trail, the only National Scenic Trail in Wisconsin, is a thousand-mile footpath that highlights glacial landscape features and roughly 16 miles goes through the park. On this hike you’ll have a chance to hike most of the Ice Age trail that goes through the park; we’ll hike about 12 miles of the trail. This hike is difficult – we’ll be hiking up and down bluffs, walking on uneven ground, and up and down staircases.

Notes:Email: Susan.JohansenMayoleth@wisconsin.gov, Phone: tel:+1-608-356-8301 Ext. 140

Herb Hike
Address: Newport State Park, Ellison Bay
Date: 06/17/2022 to 06/17/2022
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Description:Dave LaLuzerne was born with a green spark in his heart (Interestingly, his last name is the French word for alfalfa). Nurtured through pharmacy school and many years as an herbal pharmacist in his own herb shop, he now finds his passion is educating people about the numerous and wondrous ways to use herbs for our health and well-being. Door County has a wealth of herbs that can be beneficial to your health and well-being. This walk will explore the herbs in our local environment. Learn how the plants that flourish in this climate can help you flourish as well. Meet at the Nature Center, Lot 1.

Notes:Email: beth.bartoli@wisconsin.gov, Phone: tel:+1-920-854-2500

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