Live Turtles and Snakes | Red Wing Park Naturalists

Come to this program to learn all about the turtles and snakes and how they prepare for winter. We are working with Emily from SnakeDiscovery to bring you live turtles and snakes that you can touch and hold if you like! Emily will present two programs: Totally Turtles, and Snake, Rattle, and Roll. After each…

Winter Adventure 101 | Red Wing Park Naturalists

Embrace the winter season and all it has to offer at this drop-in style program! Stop by any time between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm to test out winter adventure gear like snowshoes and cross-country skis. Find information on winter trails, winter events, and local environmental organizations. Test your skills at building a winter weather…

Barn Bluff Hike | Red Wing Park Naturalists

Join the park naturalist for an informative hike up Barn Bluff. Topics may include: history, flora and fauna, invasive species, and more. The hike leaves at 9:00 am from the Barn Bluff trail head at the end of East 5th Street. Wear sturdy shoes, and dress for the weather!

Coffee Walk | Red Wing Park Naturalists

Join a naturalist for an early morning walk on the Goodhue Pioneer State Trail. This flat, paved trail follows Hay Creek and winds through the hardwood forest. The program starts right off of Pioneer Road; there will be a sign (contact us if further direction is needed). This program is unstructured and leisurely; come with…

Astronomy Night | Red Wing Park Naturalists

Red Wing Park Naturalists will be hosting astronomy night at Hobgoblin Music Loft. Starting with an astronomy presentation, you’ll learn about everything from galaxies to meteors! Once the sun goes down, we’ll head out for a evening walk and see what we can see! The moon, stars, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn may be seen!