|9-10 p.m: Hello, Moon
|1-3 p.m: Marsh Marvels
|11:00-11:45 a.m: Junior Explorer's Hike
2-4 p.m: Arts and Crafts on the Beach
|10:30-11:00 a.m: Water Walk
12:30-2:00 p.m: Marsh Marvels
4-5 p.m: Tucked Away in Pawtuckaway
9-10 p.m: Hello, Moon
|9-10 p.m: Beaver Fever
We may be ready to get tucked in, but there is a whole forest waking up for the night. Learn about some of the creatures ready to start their day in this interactive hike. Note: We will only be using red lights throughout the walk, feel free to bring your own; Interpretive Ranger Lauren will have a red light on throughout. Meet in front of the park store on the beach.
Stop in to discover the creatures living below the surface in Burnham's Marsh! You can catch anything from a dragonfly nymph to a red spotted newt in this diverse ecosystem.
Meet at Burnham’s Marsh in between the beach and the park store.
Junior Explorer’s Hike
Foster your child's natural curiosity in this fun, interactive hike. We will play games that will bring out the explorer in all of us! Children below the age of ten should be accompanied by a parent. Meet in front of the park store on the beach.
What's the one place that brings us all to Pawtuckaway? The lake! Join Interpretive Ranger, Lauren, in discovering what makes this watery wonderland what it is and how we can protect it for years to come. Meet at the park store on the beach.
Tucked Away in Pawtuckaway
The trails of Pawtuckaway are filled with clues to its past. Gain a new appreciation for this park while exploring what it used to look like and who used to live here! Feel free to make your own trek up to the Fire Tower to check out the view following the half mile walk. Meet at the Mountain Trail trailhead (parking available on road).
Enjoy this morning walk along the Mountain Trail pond to discover more about the busy beavers of Pawtuckaway! Bring binoculars if you have them. Meet at the Mountain Trail trailhead.