Activity Schedule September 16-22

Thursday, September 16, 2021-
Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Thursday, September 16

7-8:30pm              Ladies’ Night String Art – Grab your friends, head to the lake, and make a beautiful string art masterpiece! All materials and instructions are provided. Reservations can be made at

Friday, September 17

4-6pm                   Nature Center Open – Visit the Nature Center and see the fish, turtle, and toads.

Saturday, September 18

3-4:30pm              Adult Craft – Paint a wooden pumpkin sign at the Activity Center, while supplies last.

5-6pm                   Kids Craft – Get messy at the Nature Center and make your own slime!!

7-10pm              LIVE Music: Phil N’ the Blanks – Bring your camp chair and blankets to the parking area across from the Activity Center to enjoy live music! You may also listen from your golf cart. Phil N the Blanks is a high energy retro rock n roll group that focuses on 4 part harmony. The music is a blend of Elvis , Beach Boys and Neil Diamond just to name a few.

9-11pm                 Moonlight Kayak – Enjoy the last moonlight kayak of the year! Take a kayak tour of Atwood Lake by the light of the full moon! Bring your own equipment or borrow ours. Boat, paddle, life jacket, and light provided. Meet at the Welcome Center parking area. Be prepared to get wet as you will be kayaking! Registration can be found online at

Sunday, September 19

10a-12p                Feed the Critters! – Join us in the nature center for our morning feeding!

Wednesday, September 22

7:30-9pm              Autumn Equinox Hike & Campfire – Fall is officially here!!! Join us for some fun on the first official fall evening. Meet at the parking area near the Welcome Center to take a short 1.5 mile on the hike at sunset, then spend time by the campfire playing games and cooking classic s’mores.


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