Seneca Creek State Park 2010 Events

Friday, August 27

Canoeing at Seneca Creek

  • EVENING HAYRIDE THROUGH PARK
    7:30 p.m., $2
    Location: Park Office/Visitor Center, Fee: $2 per person; Call Park Office to sign up. Limit 22 people. Come out and enjoy a hayride through the park observe wildlife in their natural setting among fields, lake, trees and forest. Please arrive 15 minutes early for registration.

Saturday, August 28

  • KAYAK ON CLOPPER LAKE
    9:30-11 a.m., $2
    Location: Boat Center. Fee: $2.00 per person. Learn to paddle a kayak and take a relaxing nature guided flat-water tour along the lakeshore of Clopper Lake. Kayak rentals $8 per boat single or double seated, or bring your own. Basic instruction and PFD provided. Please call Park Office 301-924-2127 to reserve, space limited.

Sunday, August 29

  • GUIDED NATURE WALKS
    9 a.m. or 10 a.m., free
    Join our naturalist for a leisurely stroll along marked trails through woodland glades, fields and streams. Enjoy the shade of a tall tree, listen to the trickle of a stream and bird songs. Enjoy nature, look for wildlife. Get to know more about our stream valley and history of the park.

Friday, September 3

  • EVENING PONTOON BOAT TOURS
    6:30 p.m., $2
    Location: Boat Center. Fee: $2 per person, arrive 15 min early and purchase tickets at the Boat Center. Enjoy a relaxing boat ride on Clopper Lake guided by our Naturalist. Take in the sights and sounds of nature along the lake shore and learn about the ecology and history of Seneca Creek. (To schedule a Private Group Pontoon Tour, please call the park office.)

Saturday, September 4

  • TAKE ME FISHING YOUTH DEMONSTRATION
    9:30-11 a.m., free
    Location: Boat Center. Free. Sign-up at Boat Center 301-963-8788, equipment limited, may bring your own. Parents and grandparents bring your young anglers out to catch their first fish. Learn about the different kinds of fish found in Clopper Lake and how to catch them! To fish individuals 16 years and older must have a non-tidal fishing license.

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