Join us at Hitchcock Nature Center on Saturday, January 27th at 6:00 p.m. for a guided night hike as we explore Hitchcock Nature Center and the Loess Hills in the dark.
This program is being presented as part of our adult education program and we ask that participants be 18 years of age & older. Families with children under age 18 are invited to register for our Family Guided Night Hike.
Pre-registration is requested as space is limited. Advance registration is required by Wednesday, January 24th. Register for this event online only please. Call 712-545-3283 for more information, reservations will not be taken over the phone.
Click Here to Register Online: https://www.mycountyparks.com/County/Pottawattamie/Park/Hitchcock-Nature-Center/Events/10701/Adult-Guided-Night-Hike.aspx
Please dress for the weather and wear appropriate footwear as much of this event will take place outside. Please note this program may include pedestrian travel over uneven surfaces.
PLEASE NOTE: When you register you immediately secure your space and prevent others from registering. Not attending a program you have registered for means that other guests cannot attend either and spaces go unfilled. Please do not register if you are not certain you will be able to attend. Thank you for understanding.
Attendees must purchase a $3.00 per vehicle daily entrance pass or have a Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation membership to attend this program. Daily entrance passes may be purchased with exact change or a check at the front gate & may be purchased the day of the event. PCF memberships may be purchased for $20.00 from staff at any of our parks or at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center during regular business hours. There is no additional fee to attend this program, free will donations are encouraged and will support continued programming opportunities in Pottawattamie County.
While this event is adult friendly it is not pet friendly, please leave your canine friends at home. Service animals are always welcome.
2018 Programs Sponsored by the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation