Recent rains and higher water levels have Savannas' gators on the move. This one was caught taking a pit stop in the parking lot at the Savannas Education Center. Someone get this guy a parking permit!
Mad Sci -Reactions: The Junior Friends of Savannas perform their Mad Science Show: Radical Reactions for a group of children. Mad Science: Rockets will take place July 19th 2014.
Lone Drummer: A drummer plays her home-made drum while participating in the Solstice Drum Circle at Savannas Preserve State Park. June 2014
Solstice Drum Circle: Local drumming enthusiasts gathered at Savannas Preserve State Park for a solstice drum circle on June 21st 2014.
Surviving the Wild camp participants pose with their debris shelter built entirely of natural materials.
This tiny garter snake was spotted during our July Frog Watch: Citizen Science Night Hike.
Campers in Surviving the Wild Camp hone primitive skills such as the use of atlatls and blowguns.
Savannas volunteer, Henry Maursey, celebrates his birthday with friends. Happy Birthday, Henry!
Sun Set in the Savannas Preserve State Park
Campers and Mad Science
Trail Blazers 2014
Marsh Explorer Team
2014 Swamp Stomp Campers
Junior Friends of Savannas look on as a Radical Rockets participant launches her air pressure rocket along side park staff. Radical Rockets was designed and facilitated by the Junior Friends of Savannas as part of their summer Mad Science series.
Savannas Education Center visitors cozy up with the park's newest "employee", Ranger Buddy, as he promotes the new Junior Ranger Program.
The Friends of Savannas Preserve State Park, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation whose mission is to support the preservation, maintenance, and interpretation of Savannas Preserve State Park. Many of the events and educational programs that occur at the park is supported by this organization, whether it be through providing the funds or manpower necessary to make the organization successful.