Sibley State Park
Sibley State Park
The Interpretive Center is open daily. All Sibley State park programs are lead by the park naturalist or visiting expert. They are at the Interpretive Center and are free unless otherwise noted. A vehicle permit is required to enter the park and they are available at the park office. For more information call 354-2002.
Trail Walk, Parker-Fremberg: 10 a.m. Oct. 16. Join the park naturalist on the Parker-Fremberg trail to discover the plants and animals of the oak savanna and visit the sites of families that lived here long ago. The trail is 1.5 miles long, gently rolling. Some binoculars are furnished.
Winter bird feeding: 2 p.m., Oct. 16. Learn about foods, feeders, bird identification and behavior of winter birds. Free bird feeder designs and information available.
Pondview trail walk: 10 a.m. Oct. 17. Explore the plants and animals found in and around a pond and why wetlands are important for people too during this talk and walk.
Geocaching for Beginners: 2 p.m. Oct. 17. Learn the basics about the rapidly growing hobby of geocaching, learn how it started and as well as a brief history on navigation. GPS units provided. Limit of 20, age 8 or older and children must be accompanied by an adult. Reservation required, register at the interpretive center.
Fish features and facts: 10 a.m. Oct. 18. Using fish pillows and posters we will examine fish parts, fish life, and Minnesota fish facts.
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