Hike for Young Families 2017

We had a great little guided event on Sunday, led by retired elementary school teacher, Sherrin Perrouault. It normally takes about half an hour to hike up and around Eimer's Lake but if you have a bunch of rambunctious kids and toddlers it can easily last for hours. And there is lots to learn about ponds, and trees and bugs and flowers and, well.... everything. Have a look at some of our pictures, beautifully captured by Jeanne Watson, and you might want to join in next year. The gang at Eimer's Lake Yes, there is a bridge, but this way is more fun! Some pretty neat stuff out here, if you look closely. Lots to see at the pond! Yippee! I found some mud! Friends

"Gateway to Nature" Hikes Resume

Once again this year KNPS volunteers are offering free guided interpretive hikes from the Riverside Campground every Saturday morning through July and August. The hikes leave from the park kiosk across from the campground entrance at 9:00 a.m and loop up Jimmy Russell Road and Southwest Passage to the viewpoint then back down Skid Road and Duckpond Trail to the entrance. Along the way participants can learn about the plants and wildlife of the Park, the work of the KNPS and the history of the area. Hikes usually take about 2.5 hours and include a moderate climb up to the viewpoint. Canada Day Gateway to Nature hikers at the Southwest Passage Viewpoint Every hike is slightly different as we

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