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Family Forest Friday

Celebrate the final day of March Break with your family at Scanlon Creek. This is your opportunity to bring the whole family out to participate in fun and engaging nature programs.​

Schedule​

​Time
​Activity
​9:30am - 10am
​Welcome and check-in
​10am - 12pm
​Morning program
​12pm - 1pm
Bring your own lunch and eat by the campfire
​1pm - 3pm
​Afternoon program
​3pm - 3:30pm
​Thank you and closing

We're running two programs:

Forest Friday Hike: Explore the forests of Scanlon Creek led by the people who know them best. Look for signs of spring or animal tracks in the snow, identify a sugar maple tree and learn how to tap them for maple sap, meet the friendly Scanlon chickadees and watch other wild birds, try out kick sledding (weather dependent). 

Family Geocaching Challenge: Learn about geocaching and then try it out for yourself in the fun geocaching challenge. Participants will borrow a Garmin GPS unit and learn how to use it to uncover hidden geocaches in the forest at Scanlon. 

Details

All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to attend. Programs are best suited for children over the age of 6, however all ages are welcome to join us.

If you require an accessibility accommodation, please email education@LSRCA.on.ca​ at least 7 days prior to the event.

Cost and Registration Details

  • $15 (including tax) per person
  • Children under 6 are free​
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Looking for March Break Activities? 


With over 500 acres to explore at Scanlon Creek Conservation Area, our March Break camp provides kids with a safe and fun way to spend their March Break outdoors. Campers will participate in a variety of outdoor activities such as building forts, finding hidden animal prints in the snow, kick-sledding and even hand-feeding chickadees. Let your kids unplug and reconnect with nature this March Break. Find out more or register here​​​​​