Ranger Programs at Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park
Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park
Every Saturday evening, November to February.
FREE with regular park entrance fee or campsite. Ranger-led campfire programs about Paynes Prairie's cultural and natural resources will vary weekly. Topics may include the Timucuan Indians, native medicinal plants, pottery of the past, flint knapping and atlatls, wild horses, bison, cattle and tales of Cracker Cowboys, William Bartram's Travels, wildlife of the Preserve, birds of prey, snakes, alligators, and more. Programs begin at dusk. Call the Ranger Station for the program start time and topic (352) 466-3397. NO PETS.
For more information, call 352-466-3397.