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Things to Do: Twin Falls
May 21 - May 22
Twin Falls is located in Wyoming County, West Virginia. You’ll find a wide array of things to do and places to explore. This includes the Falls Trail where you will find the
two waterfalls. These waterfalls flow from different streams and converge to meet. The pioneer farm is a special place where visitors can go and reflect on the past. An 18 hole golf and disc golf course is onsite and lodging, cabins and camping for visitors to stay in. The restaurant at the lodge is awesome.
Come visit and stay for a while and take advantage of programs and activities offered.
Saturday, May 21, 2022
Leaf Me Be
Held at the Nature Center, visitors can come learn about things to be warned about while in the woods.
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Kids To Parks Hike
Let’s take a woodland hike on Still Run Ridge Trail. Kids to Parks Day is the National Park Trust’s 12th annual celebration.
Kids (and adults) like to be outside and like seeing wildlife. Today we’ll meet at the amphitheater parking lot at 4:00pm. There is plenty of parking. The Still Run Ridge Trail is about 2.5 miles with some steep terrain but nothing major and more of a moderate level according to hike leader Tammy Cooper. If the water is up there would be two creek crossings, but not deep water, but your feet would get wet.
“We’ll look for wild turkey signs and we’ll talk about that big game bird, how they talk with each other, what they eat, where they sleep and maybe learn about the history of this bird in West Virginia’s history and wildlife management. This hike is fun. We move a little. We stand some to listen for wild turkeys and other birds of the forest.”
Cooper is an avid outdoors woman and a certified guide (NAI/CIG). She welcomes families and particularly youth to activities and programs at Twin Falls Resort State Park. There is no fee to participate. Kids get a sticker. Hike is open to any age. Youngsters should be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Meet us at the Nature Center for a short hike in the evening We will ID some trees and learn a little something special about each tree.
Sunday, May 22, 2022
Meet at the Nature Center for a short hike from the nature center to the pollinator field. There we will ID and see what pollinators we find. It’s a field of dreams for insects.
Butterfly Craft at the Nature Center
Come and have fun crafting while learning about pollinators and why they‘re important.
Nature Center is open Thursday, May 20 – Saturday May 21, 2022 from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 22, from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.
When visiting the park, activity schedules are located at the lodge, campground and nature center.
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