Lake Charles
October programs

Owl Prowl
7:30 p.m. at Pavilion
Join a park interpreter at the pavilion to prowl for owls. Several species of owls reside in the forests of Lake Charles State Park. Learn about a few species of owls and their awesome adaptations that make them efficient nocturnal predators. Once we learn about owls, we’ll attempt to call some in and hear them call back.
October 22
CSI: Campsite Investigation
10 a.m. at Playground
Take on the role of a Campsite Investigator and solve the case! Someone or something has ravaged a campsite and it’s up to you, the CSI team, to figure out who! Learn about our wildlife suspects, solve the case, and find out how you can prevent your campsite from being a victim in this fun, interactive Leave-No-Trace program.
October 29
Skins and Skulls
10 a.m. at Playground
Come by the playground Saturday morning to learn more about the mammals that call Lake Charles State Park home. Get the chance to feel skunk pelts, touch a bobcat’s teeth, and more. A variety of natural Arkansas mammal pelts and skulls will be on hand for your exploration.
Lake Charles State Park, 3705 Highway 25 Powhatan AR 72458. For more information, please contact the park at 870-878-6595

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