Discover Florida Through Park Ranger Nature Educational Programs at Lettuce Lake Park

Lettuce Lake Park along the Hillsborough River

A view of Lettuce Lake Park along the Hillsborough River.

Time: 10 a.m.
Date: September 1-3, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 & 30, 2012
Location: Lettuce Lake Park
Cost: $5/child, FREE for adults with children, $5/adult only (NOTE: This program is geared for children ages 9-15; cash only); Park Entry: There is a park entry fee of $2/car up to eight people.
Info: (813) 987-6204

What’s Doing?
Kids and adults are invited to join Lettuce Lake Park Rangers for a variety of fun, informative activities focused around a weekly theme:
— Sept. 1-3: “Survival Skills and Camping In Florida”
— Sept. 9: “Beginners Orienteering: Having Fun With A Compass”
— Sept. 15 & 16: “Turtles Of Florida: What You Can Do To Help”
— Sept. 22 & 23: “Florida’s Pine Trees, Logging and Turpentining”
— Sept. 29 & 30: “Indians In Florida”

NOTE: Wear walking shoes and cool clothing, and carry water. Binoculars and a cameras are welcome. Pets are not permitted on the boardwalk.

Lettuce Lake Park
6920 East Fletcher Avenue
Tampa, FL 33637

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Lettuce Lake Park Sign Image is from the Lettuce Lake Park In Tampa Florida blog.
Lettuce Lake Park/Hillsborough River Image is from the Hillsborough County, FL page on Lettuce Lake Park.

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Disclaimer: The information presented here is accurate to the best of my knowledge when I publish each event. However, event hosts can reschedule, change or cancel any event at any time. Consequently, I highly recommend both calling ahead and having a back-up plan.