Learn about animals and tracks at Grayton Beach State Park July 22

July 10, 2015

raccoontracksmDate/time: Wednesday July 22nd at 2 p.m.

Join Park Ranger Chad for “Whose been walking in the forest.” Learn about the different animal tracks found in the park and the animals that they belong to. Participants will be able to make a plaster mold of some of the animal tracks. This is a fun program for the entire family.

Sunscreen, drinking water, appropriate clothing, and hat are suggested. This program will take approximately 1 hour.

Directions: Grayton Beach State Park is located South of U.S. 98 approximately halfway between Panama City Beach and Destin. Take County Road 283 south of U.S. 98, turn left at the stop sign on 30A. Approximately a 1/4 mile east of the intersection of County Road 30A and County Road 283 the entrance is on the right.

Contact: (850) 267-8300 for more information. All programs are subject to change. Outside programs will be cancelled during severe weather/rain.