Coronavirus – Park Visit

Like many of you, we have been closely following the spread of COVID-19. Please be assured the health and safety of our customers is our top priority. We will follow guidelines from trusted sources, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we’re taking comprehensive measures to ensure that […]

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Tubing Open Noon-2

FRESHLY groomed trails, PLENTIFUL snow, CLEAN air, and an EXTENSIVE trail system. Come enjoy the outdoors! TUBING OPEN  3/14/20 Single Session NOON-2PM.

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We’ve Got Snow And Lots Of It!!!

What are your weekend plans?! We’re looking forward to great weather and great snow conditions Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Expect freshly groomed trails within our core trail system, and at least one long route for the weekend.

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Spring Fling Snowshoe 3/7/20

Join us Saturday, Mar 7th 6-8pm $5 Donation Celebrate the coming of spring! Join us for a 1-mile easy “shoe” around the beautifully candlelit Popple Loop Snowshoe Trail. Enjoy a fire, warm beverages, and sweet treats at the Chip Wulff Memorial Pond.

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WINTER PARK BARK SKIJOR RACE Presented by Rasmussen Dental

Register: https://register.chronotrack.com/r/57687 Experienced and novice participants will compete with their dogs on our skijor loop, making one or two 5 Km laps. The race will have solo starts at 30-second intervals, and awards will be given to top overall finishers in each distance and dog class. Pups will be awarded with treats! Family members of racers […]

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Register Today & Save!

 Squirrel Hill Loopy Loppet & Beat The Bunny 2/29/20 Register: https://register.chronotrack.com/r/57290 SQUIRREL HILL LOOPY LOPPET & BEAT THE BUNNYSaturday February 29, 2020 @ 9:00am. The Squirrel Hill Loopy Loppet is a 6K or 18K single format race-you pick skate or classic. Afterwards, the ever-popular Beat the Bunny Kids Race. It’s non-stop fun for the whole. $30 in advance, […]

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“Did you know that Ruffed Grouse grow their own snowshoes in the winter? Check out the comb-like structures on their toes. Thanks to all who joined us for North Lakeland Discovery Center’s Winter Ecology Program!“

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