Garey Park Programs
Garey Park offers a range of programs that will enrich your experience while in the park. With hiking, nature programs, photography classes and more, our programs showcase the natural beauty of the park and provide opportunities to learn new skills.
Garey Park has more than 7 miles of trails spanning the entire park, giving hikers and horseback riders an opportunity to explore the park’s beautiful natural areas.
Join park staff for *FREE* guided walks on Tuesday mornings from 9:30-10:30 am from February 12-May 28.
The walks will range from ½ mile-3 miles long. The trail is uneven, crushed limestone and crushed granite along the way. Bring water, hat and camera for pictures.
The meeting point will change each week. Please check in at the Gate House upon arrival and staff will direct you to the meeting point.
Entry into Garey Park is free on Tuesdays through May.
Interpretive hikes are led by Garey Park staff and our partners, the Goodwater Master Naturalists. Advanced registration is encouraged, as spots are limited.
Youth Nature Programs
Presented by the Good Water Master Naturalists, our Youth Nature Programs connect children with nature and provide parents with opportunities to engage with their children outdoors.
Join us this spring for four fun and interactive programs for ages 4 and up. These programs are free on Tuesday mornings from 9-11 a.m. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
April 2 – Birds
April 9 – Insects
April 16 – Water
April 23 – Fossils and Rocks
Participants will meet at the Heritage of Gold Pavilion. Pre-registration is not required. Entrance into Garey Park is free on Tuesdays.
Discover and explore the great outdoors through our Nature Programs. Topics include local wildlife, insects, plants and grasses. Advanced registration is encouraged, as spots are limited. All Nature Programs include free entry into the park.