Summer has arrived in Rocky Mountain National Park and brought with it Discovery Days, an interactive environmental education program for families! Each Discovery Day offers something new to learn about in Rocky Mountain National Park. There are a variety of activities to participate in including hands-on education stations, arts and crafts, and a reading/puppet corner. This program is designed to create an immersive experience for families to learn more about Rocky Mountain National Park’s ecology, geology and even its rangers! Discovery Days will take place on the lower level of the Fall River Visitor Center every Tuesday from 9:00 a.
m. to 1:00 p.m., through August 14, with a new theme each week.
Participants can stop by at any time and spend as little or as much time as they want exploring the education stations, activities, and crafts.
The Discovery Day Tuesday Line Up:
June 26: Nature Detectives
July 3: Predators of the Park
July 10: Our Park Rocks! (Geology)
July 17: Top of the World (Alpine Tundra) July 26: Trail Masters (Orienteering and Leave No Trace Ethics) July 31: Secrets of the Past (History) August 7: Ranger Day (Ranger Jobs) August 14: Water, Water Everywhere