Free October Events
CANCELLED: Fall Festival!
Saturday, October 5th, anytime from 2-4PM At the Kinnickinnic State Park St. Croix Lot.
Due to the relentless rain we have no choice but to cancel Fall Festival at Kinnickinnic State Park today. Unfortunately, there are no shelters at Kinni to hide away from the wind and rain in. We are sad to have to cancel but hope to see you at one of our fun and festive upcoming events this month, such as the Halloween Bash at Willow River State Park on Saturday, October 26th. We will celebrate Halloween rain or shine on this day! Have a great weekend and stay dry!
Fall Colors Hike on The South Trail!
Saturday October, 19th hike leaves at 1pm Sharp. Meet at Kinnickinnic State Parks’ gravel lot on 770th avenue off of county road F.
Fall is upon us, get outdoors and enjoy it! Join the Park Naturalist on a hike of the Red South trail, while observing the beautiful fall colors of several deciduous trees along the way. Learn why leaves change colors in the fall and identify different types of trees by their leaves along the way. This will be a 3 mile hike in total so bring good walking shoes and dress in layers for the ever-changing fall weather!
Saturday, October 26th from 5:30-7:30PM. At the Willow River State Park Nature Center.
Join Friends of Willow River and Kinnickinnic State Parks and PowerUp on this fun, and spooky evening with free snacks, crafts, games, night hikes and more. Don't forget to wear your costume!
Don’t Forget About Our Preschool Young Naturalist Classes!
Every Tuesday or Wednesday from 10-11am bring your preschooler (ages 3-5) to the Nature Center to learn about all things Nature!
Classes include hikes, games, crafts, story time and more! Always come dressed for the weather and with plenty of water.
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All events are FREE to attend (unless otherwise noted) but park admission is required. For more information on a certain event please call 715-386-9340 or email email@example.com
These programs are sponsored by the Friends of Willow River and Kinnickinnic State Park, Inc.