Let’s Go Froggin’
Croaks, chirps, trills, and burps…who’s making all that noise? Spring is a great time to enjoy the serenades of native frogs and toads. Join us for a hike to one of Red Rock’s wetlands to listen to the concert and identify some of their calls!
Creatures for the Night Hikes
Walk along a woodland trail in search of the night shift. Follow the tracks left behind by the critters out after dark, and listen for owl calls and other lurking creatures!
Let’s Go Paddling!
Now you have the chance to experience both canoeing and kayaking the same day! Whether you are a beginner or have paddling experience, borrow a kayak or canoe from us and head out on the water! (Must be at least 10 years old to use kayaks.)
You’re never to old for hide-and-seek: Geocaching is great fun for all ages! This sport uses the technology of GPS (Global Positioning Systems) to hunt for caches hidden on the trail, campground and other areas around the lake. Bring you own GPS unit or borrow one from us!
Explore nature with your child as we enjoy stories, crafts, and the critters that live around us! (Parents/guardians must accompany children.)
Pond Exploration – It’s okay to get dirty! Join a park ranger for some good ole’ “mucking” at one of the lake area’s wetlands! Dip nets and tubs will be available for you to try and catch some of the critters swimming and crawling in, on, or underneath the water!
For more information on children’s activities, as well as other events, check out Lake Red Rock’s website (click on the “2012 Calendar of Events” tab). Additional programs could be added, so keep checking back for the most up-to-date information!