National Public Lands Day (NPLD) is the nation's largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands. Seven federal agencies as well as nonprofit organizations and state, regional and local governments participate in the annual day of caring for public lands.
In celebration of the 21st anniversary of NPLD, Lake Whitney State Park will be waiving entrance fees for day-use visitors and offering programs throughout the day.
The schedule of programs is:
9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Go Fish! Learn-to-Fish event at the Fishing Point
1 p.m. White-tailed Wonderland interpretive talk at the day-use playground area
2 p.m. Water Safety Workshop activity station with the USACE at the Towash Day-use Area
2 p.m. Yoga on the Rocks program, bring a sticky mat and meet at the Towash Day-use Area
3:30 p.m. Arts in the Parks Haiku Workshop at the Fishing Point
Please stop by Park HQ for a free entrance permit, map and schedule of programs.
Bring drinking water, snacks and clothing appropriate for the events you wish to attend.