April 19, 2014
CELEBRATE EARTH DAY AT WAKULLA WILDLIFE FESTIVAL
Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park
Date: Saturday, April 19, 2014
The Department of Environmental Protection’s Wakulla Springs State Park will be the hub of Earth Day activities designed to educate, inspire and empower positive change by connecting individuals with their environment and heritage. Fine art, music, living history demonstrations, informative presenters and exhibitors, dynamic educational shows, and guided tours will seek to connect participants with the natural and cultural heritage of the region. A $6.00 per vehicle donation to the Friends of Wakulla Springs State Park, Inc. will be welcomed at the entrance station. Premium guided tours are available at an additional cost; advance registration is highly recommended since tours often fill to capacity well in advance of the festival.
Fees: Park entrance fees will be waived to participants.
Contact: (850) 561-7286
Directions: Travel East on I-10 to Exit 196. Take State Road 263 (Capitol Circle) south 12 miles. Turn right (South) onto U.S. 319/State Road 61 (Crawfordville Highway) for two miles. Bear left onto State Road 61(Wakulla Springs Rd) for six miles. Turn left onto State Road 267 at flashing stop light. Turn right into Park entrance. From West I-10, use Exit 203. Take State Road 61 (Thomasville Road) south. Continue on State Road 61 through Tallahassee for 10 miles. Take U.S. 319/State Road 61 (Crawfordville Highway) south for two miles. Bear left onto State Road 61 (Wakulla Springs Road) for six miles. Turn left onto State Road 267 at flashing stop light. Turn right into the park.