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|Programs & Events|
The Pine Ridge Association works closely with Henry W. Coe State Park staff to produce a variety of major events and interpretive programs throughout the year. PRA Events include the Backcountry Weekend, Mother's Day Breakfast, Hunting Hollow 10K/5K Run, and the Tarantula Fest and Barbecue.
Interpretive Programs and School Programs
Our interpretive programs include wildflower walks, evening programs, special backcountry hikes, and our very well received program for 1st through 6th grades. Called "Coe Connections", the program is an introduction to the concept of the ecological connections among all the parts of our environment; from the fallen dead tree that is home to myriad insects and larger animals alike; to the standing trees that provide storage for the acorn woodpecker.
Programs such as Wildflower Walks, Ranger Led Hikes, and Evening Programs
|The PRA helps support guided walks, evening talks in the visitor center, and the state park's volunteer program. It Also sponsors the annual Mother's Day Breakfast, the fall TarantulaFest and barbecue, and other park events.|
Are you interested in learning more about Henry W. Coe State Park and sharing your knowledge with park visitors? How about helping out with annual events or maintenance of springs and trails? If so, visit our Volunteer page.
Thank you! We rely on your generous support.