The Division of Parks and Recreation and the Student Conservation Association would like to thank the Tillotson Foundation for their support to bring the Discover the Power of Parks Program to Umbagog Lake and Lake Francis State Parks.
Umbagog Lake State Park Programs
||The 2015 Discover the Power of Parks program year has begun. Interpretive ranger, Ben Spurrier is planning informative and fun programs for you to take advantage of while visiting Umbagog Lake State Park. All programs are free with paid park admission. No pre-registration is required.|
You may also enjoy our Discover Power of Parks blog, posted weekly by our Interpreters this summer.
New this year: Complete the Discover the Power of Parks quest and receive a complimentary patch!
- September 18 Woodland Wonders, 11am-12:30pm
- September 19 Fidgety Fish of Umbagog, 10am
Wilderness Survival, 12pm
Boat Tour, 2pm
Secrets of Umbagog Lake: Umbagog Lake has been a special place to the northerners for many generations. Join me for a boat tour around the lake to hear stories from the people of the past.
Wilderness Survival: Every backcountry trip has the potential to go wrong. Prevention is key, and being educated may save your life. Meet me down by the beach for some fun activities for all ages, and learn how to handle situations in the backcountry.
Loon Magic: What is so enchanting about this black and white bird that likes to sing during the times that most people like to sleep? The sight, sounds, and behavior of the Common Loon are captivating. Come get a closer look into the life of this ancient bird species.
Woodland Wonders: Don't miss out on a chance to get an up-close view of the fascinating animals that roam the Great North Woods. Join me at the table across from the office to learn about the fascinating natural history of the north country wildlife.
Fidgety Fish of Umbagog: The fish in our lake are diverse and often poorly understood animals. Help me to lure in a few fish to get a closer look, and learn about these mysterious creatures that are living in our lake. Don't have a fishing rod? Not a problem, I have plenty of rods and bait to lend out!
Distinct Landmarks on Lake Umbagog