Nighttime Glow Stick Hike at Warner Lake Park Set for June 20th
Warner Lake Park in Clearwater is going to be glowing with excitement on June 20th.
Local outdoors group Hike Hoppers is gearing up to host again after having to take a short break due to COVID-19. Their first event will be the June nighttime hike at Warner Lake Park.
Bring your family (all ages) to dawn glow sticks for our HIKE@Night event June 20th and finish with a S'more snack. We've modified this event to include social distancing requirements and removed the sharing of items, but kept the excitement of hiking in the dark!
This event is part of their Hike & Connect program that is based around themed hikes that build camaraderie and community.
The cost for the event is $7.50, and you can register here.
Warner Lake County Park is open year-round and offers plenty to do for the whole family. The park itself is 264 acres surrounding the 30 surface acres of Warner Lake, and features:
- Natural Surface Trails
- Reservable Shelters
- Picnic Areas
- Hiking Trails
- Cross Country Skiing Trails
- Winter Walking/Dog Walking/Snowshoeing/Fat Tire Bicycle Trails
- Access to snowmobile trail
- Boat Access (Electric motors or non-motorized watercraft)
- Bicycle Campsite
- Group camps
- Play area
- Swimming Beach (No Lifeguard/Swim at your own risk)
- Fishing Pier
- Prairie restoration site
The hiking trails around the park have been mapped out in one mile and 5K segments if you are looking to take a self-guided tour ahead of this nighttime event. You can check those out here.