E.g., Dec 6 2022
E.g., Dec 6 2022
Night Hike
When 
Fri, 10/07/2022 7:30pm to 8:30pm
See all dates
Where 
Blanco SP
101 Park Road 23
Blanco, TX, 78606
United States 830-833-4333, x241
Description:

Join us for a short hike under the evening sky and learn about the many nocturnal animals that call Blanco State Park home.

Explore the park in the softness of the evening. As the sun sets over the river, watch and feel the park transform. The wings in the sky change from birds to bats and the daytime sounds of bird calls, splashing swimmers, and sounds from day visiting families are replaced with the soft sound of scurrying and calls of the nocturnals.  

We will discuss the animals that live in the park at night, including our bats.  We will see spider eyes shining like jewels, and, if we are lucky, we’ll see scorpions glow, and hear a great-horned owl call. Most of all, we will enjoy the park under the October night sky.  

This short hike of approximately. .08 miles is on a mostly level trail and road surface.  

  •  Location:  Meet in front of the CCC Pavilion, near the campground area.  
  • Bring:  water, insect spray, a flashlight, and a warm layer of clothing. 
  • Distance:  0.8 miles, round trip, on mostly level grass and pavement 
  • Cost:  Free with paid park entry, which is $5 for adults and youth 13 and older 
Things To Do: 
Hiking/ walking
Ages: 
All ages