Coming Events

Time to spend a day at Wyalusing State Park. This Saturday, August 14, 2010, the Friends of Wyalusing are sponsoring three free events.
Guided Canoe and Kayak Trip along the Wyalusing State Park Water Trail
Bruce Klang will lead and provide information along the 5.8 mile water trail. Young and mature eagles have been sighted roosting on tree tops as well as fishing. The trip begins at 9:00 AM and ends approximately 11:30am. Meet at the boat landing. Bring your own canoe or kayak or rent one at the Wyalusing State Park Concession stand.

A Human History Walk will take place at 6:00 PM and last approximately an hour. The easy walk begins at the Concession Stand and continues along level area of the upper picnic area. The walk is around a mile and a half long. Bruce Klang will lead the walk. Walkers will learn how humans have changed the land which now encompasses Wyalusing State Park. The walk concludes at Point Lookout, just before the sun sets in the west. Bring mosquito repellent.
Stones, Bones and Sticks is the last of the three programs sponsored by The Friends of Wyalusing State Park. Merle Frommelt and his wife show and demonstrate artifacts that were used by prehistoric people to hunt and live during earlier times. The free program starts at 7:00 PM at the Peterson Shelter. Seating is provided on picnic tables or bring your own chair. Bring mosquito repellent.

The Starsplitters of Wyalusing State Park is sponsoring a free program at the observatory area of Wyalusing State Park. The program starts about 8:30 PM and ends when the last person leaves. The program features an introduction to the solar system. The last part of the program features views through the group's telescopes as well as Starsplitters helping the group identify stars, galaxies, and other heavenly bodies. A laser pointer is used to help the audience with the identification. Please dress appropriately for this program. The parking area is small. It will be easier to leave if the car is backed into a parking space.

All programs are free. A vehicle admission pass can be purchased at the park entrance.