Join us for a spectacularly unique adventure as we take over Lost Lake Nature Park for an overnight camping extravaganza! Dinosaur Hill naturalists will lead us through an evening of socially distant, nature-based escapades throughout the entirety of the park including time fishing off of the dock, glow-stick scavenger hunts in the meadow, hands-on flint-and-steel fire starting demonstrations, and nature based crafts all before the sun begins to set! Once it gets dark we will gather around the campfire to take turns cooking a delicious dinner. Afterwards, we will take a flashlight led hike in the woods on an owl-prowl and learn a little bit about the many nocturnal animals of the woods (while also learning what you can do at home to attract them!). Afterwards we will illuminate some socially distant stations for crafts and activities until we’re ready to retire for the night to our tents outside. In the morning we will gather around the fire one final time to cook breakfast before packing our belongings up and bidding adieu to a wonderful night!
Participants are asked to bring their own tents, sleeping bags and flashlights but the building will have bathrooms with running water and electricity. If you do not wish to spend the night, families may leave at any point but still participate in all activities!