Learn about the history of Riverfront Park and how geology and water combine to impact the landscape around us. We will cover the unique geology of the river, the history of land use in the area and human modifications that have changed the river’s historic path. Prepare for a 2-mile hike on an accessible trail with stops to appreciate the geologic features found within the park. There is no cost for this program but registration is required. For more information contact Ellie Muelrath at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration required.
Please bring your own water. We recommend participants dress in layers and bring a hat and sunscreen. Most programs will happen rain or shine, but may be canceled during heavy rains, heavy smoke, or extreme temperatures. Accommodations will be made for visitors with disabilities upon advance request. Parking is $7 or free with a Regional Parks membership.
Interests & Categories:
Good For Adults
Distance: 1 to 2.5 Miles
Elevation Change: 0 to 200 Feet