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Twin Lakes Notes Weekend Events

Twin Lakes State Park announces the following events:

Thursday, July 23, Interpretive Circle 2 p.m., “Beaver Hike” – a guided walk around Goodwin Lake to learn about the beaver; 4 p.m., “Geocaching 101” – use technology to find containers hidden throughout the park;

Friday, July 25, Interpretive Circle, 11 a.m., “Fishing 101” – learn about fishing, from knots to tackle, then catch some fish; 2 p.m.; “Turtle Tales” – get to know all of our local turtle species and what makes each of them unique; 4 p.m., “Skin & Bones” – hands on learning about some local wildlife; 7:30 p.m., “Ghost Stories around the Campfire” – meet fellow campers while sitting around the campfire and making s’mores;

Saturday, July 26, Interpretive Circle, 11 a.m., “Survival Hike” – join an Interpreter on a guided hike and learn survival skills; 2 p.m., “Creature Feature – Bats” – find out why bats are so important and why they are disappearing quickly; 4 p.m., “Canoeing 101” a guided paddle around one of the lakes to discover local wildlife; $5 per person or $4 per person for groups of four or more; 8:30 p.m., “Owl Prowl” – go with an interpreter to find d some local owl species;

Sunday, July 27, Archery Range, 11 a.m. “Archery” – try your skills on the archery range, $5 per person or $25 per group; Interpretive Circle; 2 p.m., “Good ol’ Games” – find out what they used to do to have fun; 4 p.m., Back Yard Bass” – test your angling skills on this fishing based land game.

Twin Lakes State Park is located about fifteen minutes outside of Farmville. Please call the Park Office for directions, fees or information at 434-392-3435.