Program Schedule July 1-4th

Friday, July 1, 2022 6:00pm-
Monday, July 4, 2022 10:00pm

Welcome to Pleasant Hill Lake Park

ACTIVITIES for Independence Day WEEKEND July 1st- 4th,2022

Pick up a list of self-directed activities available to help you explore the park on your own during your visit. Our Park and Naturalist staff are available to assist with any self-directed activities, maps, questions, or programs you may have.

Welcome Center Hours: Sun thru Thurs.-8am-4 pm -Fri and Sat - 8 am-10 pm

WHOA ZONE WATER PARK at the swim beach is OPEN!  Visit: Whoazone.com for info, hours, discounts & online tickets

Friday, July 1st

12n-6p- Whoa Zone Water Park OPEN at the swim beach area. On the Lake Fun for Everyone. Tickets online.

6p-8p- Naturalist On-Duty: Nature Room OPEN. Come see & help feed the LIVE animals. Visit the fish mural, history exhibit, and bird observation window & view a short orientation during your visit. Check out the NEW Bigfoot Display area and relax on the deck.

6:30p- Osprey Wagon Tours Enjoy a FREE Naturalist-led wagon tour to visit two of our nesting Osprey nests here at the park. Learn about these unique birds of prey and other wildlife and the history of Pleasant Hill Lake Park. Limited seating. Sign up to reserve your free spot on the wagon at Welcome Center.

Saturday, July 2nd

9a-11a- Naturalist On-Duty Nature Room OPEN. Come see & help feed the LIVE animals. Visit the fish mural, history exhibit, bird observation window & view a short orientation during your visit. Check out the NEW Bigfoot Display area and relax on the deck

10a-1p- Family Crafts Bring the whole family and enjoy making your own Furth of July-themed craft. Complete materials and directions to make and take home. Limited supplies so sign up for a time slot at the Welcome Center desk.

12n-6p- Whoa Zone Water Park OPEN at the swim beach area. On the Lake Fun for Everyone. Tickets online.

1p-3p- Stream Fun and Critter Collection Help Naturalists collect stream critters and then feed the animals in the nature room. Dress to get wet. We will provide nets, bottles, and magnify glasses. Free program

6p-9 pm- LIVE Country Rock Music Join us for live musical entertainment on stage at the swim beach. Summer Concerts Series are open to the public and free with gate admission or camping. LIVE Band “Callunall Rednecks”, performing Rock/Country Music. Sit back and relax and listen to the music.

FIREWORKS will be held at Charles Mill Lake Park. Your camping vehicle pass will allow you into Charles Mill Park to attend their programs.

Pleasant Hill Lake Parks' FIREWORKS are planned for July 16th, Sep. 3rd and Oct 8th, 2022

Sunday, July 3rd

9a-10a- Naturalist On-Duty Nature Room OPEN. Come see & help feed the LIVE animals. Visit the fish mural, history exhibit, bird observation window & view a short orientation during your visit. Check out the NEW Bigfoot Display area.

12n-6p- Whoa Zone Water Park OPEN at the swim beach area. On the Lake Fun for Everyone. Tickets online.

9:00p-11p-Movie at the Lake Rated- Movie rated  (PG) Call the office for the movie title at 419.938.7884 Shown outdoors on the BIG Screen at the beach. Bring your own chairs and blankets.

Monday, July 4th

9a-10a- Naturalist On-Duty Nature Room OPEN. Come see & help feed the LIVE animals. Visit the fish mural, history exhibit, and bird observation window & view a short orientation during your visit. Check out the NEW Bigfoot Display area and relax on the deck

10a-11:00a – Nature Hike: Join our naturalist for a leisurely one-mile hike on our nature trail, exploring the natural history, plants, and wildlife along the way. Meet at the welcome center deck area.

12n-6p- Whoa Zone Water Park OPEN at the swim beach area. On the Lake Fun for Everyone. Tickets online.

8p-10p- Twilight Kayaking Enjoy a kayak tour of Pleasant Hill Lake and watch the sunset over the lake! Bring your own equipment or borrow ours. Kayak, paddle, life jacket, and light provided. Ages 12+ Reserve online at mwcd.org

 




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