Nov 18, 2017
Bears of the Upstate
The Friends of Paris Mountain State Park will host a program at 10 a.m. on Bears, called ‘What do you do if you see a bear in Greenville County?’ led by SC Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Biologist Tammy Wactor. Learn how to be bear aware. People and bears can live in the same area, and participants will learn how to keep bears wild by doing the right thing. Meet at the Park Center for this family friendly program. No registration is required and there is no cost for the program beyond park admission.
Meet at Park Center for this 1 ½-hour program. This program is free after park admission, and no registration is required.
Animal Signs Scavenger Hunt
Ranger Cathy Taylor will present a program at 1 p.m. called “Animal Signs Scavenger Hunt.” On a leisurely 1 ½-hour walk around Lake Placid, participants will look for the 10 signs of animals listed on the park scavenger hunt sheet. That might include examining tree holes, tracks, tooth marks of beavers, and turning over a few logs to discover which animals call Paris Mountain home. Meet at Park Center.
The Animal Signs Scavenger Hunt program costs $7 per person, payable at the instead of admission, and will start at Park Center. Registration is required. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the office at (864) 244-5565.
Other Fourth Saturday Events are on the calendar.
Paris Mountain State Park is off S.C. 253 (State Park Road), 6 miles north of downtown Greenville. Map
• Admission is $3 for ages 6 – 15, $5 for ages 16 – 64, and $3.25 for ages 65+. Under age 6 is free.
• Or, buy a ParkPass for admission by the carload for one year.
|**Please check our calendar for the most current events at the park!
Outfitters bring kayaks and canoes
to try out on Lake Placid.
Listed on the calendar
Music in the Woods
Our summer outdoor concert series
is over for 2017.