The Friends of Lake Louisa State Park invite you to attend their annual Nature Fest event on Saturday, March 31 from 9 am – 2 pm on the main beach of Lake Louisa.

Nature Fest is a family-oriented, nature friendly event designed to create awareness about outdoor recreation and Florida’s environment and ecosystems, as well as the plants, animals, and history that are a part of them.  This annual event at the park is designed to provide visitors the opportunity to learn more about the importance of our natural resources and wildlife, how to safely view the natural world up close, “green” alternatives offered by local businesses and organizations, as well as what individuals can do to make a difference that will benefit the natural world while at the same time benefitting their own physical and financial health.

The day’s activities and events will include guided nature walks for all ages, live music, live animals, kayaking, “Nature Fest Rocks” rock painting, artwork for sale, tram tours, fishing demonstrations, gardening for wildlife, hands-on activities, an egg hunt, guided horse rides, face painting, and more.  Refreshments will also be available for purchase at Nature Fest.

Lake Louisa State Park is located at 7305 US Highway 27 in southern Clermont in south Lake County, midway between Highway 192 and Highway 50.  Admission to Nature Fest is included in your park admission fee of $5 per vehicle, for up to 8 people per vehicle.  There is a charge of $4 for each additional person.  For more information about Nature Fest please call 352-394-3969.

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