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National Trails Day

JUNE 4, 2022



National Trails Day® is celebrated across the country annually, on the first Saturday in June. A day of public events aimed at advocacy and trail service. Thousands of hikers, bikers, rowers, horseback riders, trail clubs, federal and local agencies, land trusts, and businesses come together in partnership to advocate for, maintain, and clean up public lands and trails.

Join the Kickapoo Valley Reserve community in stewardship on National Trails Day, Saturday, June 4th. A full day of unique activities and experiences will be available for all ages. From Sunrise to Starry Skies visitors will have the opportunity to experience and learn about and care for the Kickapoo Valley Reserve in new and exciting ways. Activities are free and the event is open to the public. Information is available at the Visitor Center and on the KVR website. Activities include a guided birding hike, guided pack llama hike, and the popular and unique Froggy Starry Twilight Walk.
Start the day with a Speechless Sunrise at a KVR favorite lookout, enjoy a campfire breakfast, trek out and do some exploring on a Unique Scavenger Hunt, bring your boat for a Geology Paddle or join in with the Garbage Barge. Hike with pack llamas, or trek out and explore prairies, trails, streams, and natural features.
Those who wish to camp for the event can reserve a spot at the event group campsite, for free, both Friday and Saturday night. Call the Visitor Center to reserve your spot. 608-625-2960
Food available at the Visitor Center all day.
Everyone is welcome.

2022 Event Schedule


The Kickapoo Reserve Management Board acknowledges that the state and federal lands that comprise the Reserve fall within the ancestral homelands of First Nations people including the Hooçak Nation. We recognize the sovereignty of the Hooçak and other First Nations and will work towards a shared future by continuing to create collaborative opportunities to protect and preserve these lands.

Kickapoo Valley Reserve | S3661 State Highway 131 | La Farge, Wisconsin 54639 
Phone: 608-625-2960 | FAX: 608-625-2962

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