Full Moon Hike with Santa – Lodi Valley Chapter

The Hike:

Greetings Trail Friends and all you walkers, hikers, saunterers, runners, gawkers, and plodders.
We will be returning to Full Moon Hikes as we treat ourselves to a spectacular evening walking on the Ice Age Trail!
Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for the weather.  This will be a short (about a mile or more one way) low key, family friendly walk.  Leashed dogs are welcome.

Event details:

 Saturday, December 18th at 7:00 pm

Location details:

We will meet at the Lodi High School Trailhead ;

For more information, contact Bill at  608-843-3926 or [email protected]

Full Moon Hike – Lodi Valley Chapter

The Hike:

Greetings Trail Friends and all you walkers, hikers, saunterers, runners, gawkers, and plodders.
We will be returning to Full Moon Hikes as we treat ourselves to a spectacular evening walking on the Ice Age Trail!
Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for the weather.  This will be a short (about a mile or more one way) low key, family friendly walk.  Leashed dogs are welcome.

Event details:

 Saturday, November 20th at 7:00 pm

Location details:

We will meet at the Ferry Landing Trailhead ;

For more information, contact Bill at  608-843-3926 or [email protected]

Waukesha/Milwaukee Chapter Fall Mid-Week Hike: Scuppernong Trails

The Hike:

Scuppernong Trails include three color-coded loop trails ranging from just over 2 miles to 5 miles. The Scuppernong area provides convenient parking, water, and a vault toilet. The trails head through rolling hills of oak forests and pine plantations. After going in and out of several kettles we will eventually end up at a beautiful overlook.

Details:

We will hike the Ice Age Trail north to where it connects to the orange loop trail. At this point you will have an option to take one of several trails back to the parking area. Dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes/boots. Layers are helpful this time of year! Bring water for the hike.

Location:

This hike will start out at the Scuppernong Trails Parking Lot located on the north side of Hwy ZZ in the Southern Kettle Moraine State Forest. A state park vehicle sticker is required.

Contact Information:

These hikes are organized by Mark Miner with help from Dick Haas and Jeff Romagna. Email comments or questions to Mark, your hike leader, and he will answer them for you.

 

 

 

 

Waukesha/Milwaukee Chapter Fall Mid-Week Hike: Monches Segment & Oconomowoc River Conservancy Park

“Monches Segment – Ice Age Trail” by SassyTowne is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0

The Hike:

A mature maple forest is the setting for much of the Monches Segment. The approximately 25-acre Oconomowoc River Conservancy Park provides passive recreational activities such as walking, hiking, skiing, wildlife observation and bird watching. It has been developed through a partnership between the Town of Merton and the Tall Pines Conservancy.

Details:

Meet at the Ice Age Trail Parking Lot on Kilbourne Rd. (formerly Funk Rd) east of North Lake, WI.  We will then hike the Monches Segment north to where we pick up the connector trail to the Oconomowoc River Conservancy Park. We will then hike the Conservancy Park and return to the parking area on Kilbourne Road. The hike will be between 3 and 4 miles long. Dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes/boots. Layers are helpful this time of year! Bring water for the hike.

Location:

This hike will start out at the Ice Age Trail Parking Lot on Kilbourne Rd. between Hartland and North Lake.

Contact Information:

Questions? Mark Miner, your hike leader, will answer them for you.

 

Full Moon Hike – Lodi Valley Chapter

The Hike:

Greetings Trail Friends and all you walkers, hikers, saunterers, runners, gawkers, and plodders.
We will be returning to Full Moon Hikes as we treat ourselves to a spectacular evening walking on the Ice Age Trail!
Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for the weather.  This will be a short (about a mile or more one way) low key, family friendly walk.  Leashed dogs are welcome.

Event details:

Wednesday, October 20th at 7:30 pm

Location details:

We will meet at the Riddle Road/Lodi-Springfield Road/Robertson Trailhead ;

For more information, contact Bill at  608-843-3926 or [email protected]

Waukesha/Milwaukee Chapter Fall Mid-Week Hike: Whitewater Lake Segment

The Whitewater Lake Segment Hike:

This hilly segment features wooded moraines with towering oaks, and trail side kettles. Enjoy outstanding views of Rice and Whitewater lakes from atop a steep rise.

Details:

Meet at the Ice Age Trail parking lot on Hwy 12 near LaGrange. We will leave some cars there and drive to the Whitewater Lake Visitor Center of the Kettle Moraine State Forest Southern Unit. We will hike 5.5 miles from the Whitewater Lake Visitor Center back to the Hwy 12 lot. Dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes/boots. Layers are helpful this time of year! Bring water for the hike.

Location:

This hike will start out at the Whitewater Lake Visitor Center of the Kettle Moraine State Forest Southern Unit.

Contact Information:

Questions? Mark Miner, your hike leader, will answer them for you.

 

 

Mammoth Hike Challenge: Hike and Hiker Meet-Up in Cornell

As part of the Mammoth Hike Challenge, join the Chippewa Moraine Chapter for a hike on the Chippewa River Segment and hiker meet-up in Cornell.

 

Come to the Cornell  and join us for a family-friendly guided hike on the Chippewa River Segment. The Chippewa River Segment is 1.9 miles long and we will hike it as an “In and Back”. The segment travels high above the Chippewa River with views of Brunet Island State Park. Then it crosses the road and travels through the Krank Preserve where it meanders through the woods with creek crossings and hills. The trail passes along Perch Lake, a kettle lake, which is a popular fishing spot. The Fall Colors will be in their full glory for our hike. Park in the CTH CC parking lot and be ready to hike by 10:00 am.

Trail access: From Cornell, take STH 64 West across the Chippewa River. At CTH CC turn right and go north 2.1 miles. A large parking lot is located on the side of the road. Ice Age Trail Atlas map 16 and 17. 45.1879585, -91.1730272

Saturday, October 9

Hike – Chippewa River Segment: 10:00 a.m. – noon.

    RSPV for the hike [email protected]

Hiker Meet-Up – Visitor Center, Mill Yard Park: Noon – 2:00 p.m.

    No RSVP needed for the Hiker Meet-Up. Stop by the Visitor Center anytime! 

 

After the hike, we will return to the Mill Yard Park to “Meet Monty”. This is a family friendly event with maps, brochures, stickers and activities for the kids. The Visitor’s Center will be open during the event. Afterwards, consider stopping for lunch or ice cream at Dylan’s Dairy or Sam’s Place, or for pizza and beer at Moonridge Brew Pub!

 

This event is in partnership with the Mammoth Hike Challenge sponsored by Travel Wisconsin and Duluth Trading Company Hike 41 miles on the Ice Age Trail during the month of October 2021 and support at least three of our Trail Communities to earn a hiking certificate and a limited-edition patch celebrating the Challenge. You may hike, walk, run, or backpack – whatever suits your lifestyle – and log your miles over days, weekends, weeks, or one big adventure. You have the entire month of October to do it!

More information about the Mammoth Hike Challenge, including registration, can be found HERE.

 


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Wander Lodi Walk- Lodi Valley Chapter

The Hike:

Greetings Trail Friends! Guides from the Lodi Chamber of Commerce and Lodi Valley Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance will escort you though beautiful parks, historical district and Main Street. Afterwards, enjoy time shopping and dining in Lodi before your next hike adventure. This will be a short low key, family friendly walk.  Leashed well behaved dogs are welcome.

Event details:

 Saturday, October 2nd at 10:00 am

Location details:

We will meet at the Lodi Veterans Park ;

For more information, contact Amy at  608-213-9855 or [email protected]

Full Moon Hike- Lodi Valley Chapter

The Hike:

Greetings Trail Friends and all you walkers, hikers, saunterers, runners, gawkers, and plodders.
We will be returning to Full Moon Hikes as we treat ourselves to a spectacular evening walking on the Ice Age Trail!
Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for the weather.  This will be a short (about a mile or more one way) low key, family friendly walk.  Leashed dogs are welcome.

Event details:

 Sunday, September 19th at 7:00 pm

Location details:

We will meet at the Twin Pines Trailhead ;

For more information, contact Bill at  608-843-3926 or [email protected]

Full Moon Hike- Lodi Valley Chapter

The Hike:

Greetings Trail Friends and all you walkers, hikers, saunterers, runners, gawkers, and plodders.
We will be returning to Full Moon Hikes as we treat ourselves to a spectacular evening walking on the Ice Age Trail!
Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for the weather.  This will be a short (about a mile or more one way) low key, family friendly walk.  Leashed dogs are welcome.

Event details:

 Friday, August 20th at 7:30 pm

Location details:

We will meet at the Slack Road Trailhead

For more information, contact Bill at  608-843-3926 or [email protected]
Pencil in these upcoming Full Moon Hikes:
September 19th
October 20th
November 20th
December 18th

“I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees.”   Henry David Thoreau

Tyke Hike – Waukesha/Milwaukee Co. Chapter

The Hike:

Join us on a Tyke Hike to explore Wisconsin’s own Ice Age National Scenic Trail! We will explore a tyke-sized portion of the Waterville Segment in the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Families with children of all ages should attend!

These hikes give kids the opportunity to explore, discover and participate in natural play. Most hikes include a picture book story and educational materials as well as certificates for children. In addition, service opportunities may be included. They last approximately 1-2 hours and can cover up to 1.5 miles. Tyke Hikes are led by Peter Dargatz, a forest kindergarten teacher and Ice Age Trail volunteer.

Hike Details:

We will hike for approximately 45 minutes and then return. There will be occasional stops for play and exploration along the way. Hikers should dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes/hiking boots. Most importantly, bring water.

Location Details:

This hike will start out at the UW-Waukesha Fieldstation, W349 S1480 Waterville Rd, Oconomowoc, WI 53066.

Contact Information:

Questions? Peter will answer them for you.

 

 

 

“Get lost in the right direction” with us!

Full Moon Hike- Lodi Valley Chapter

The Hike:

Greetings Trail Friends and all you walkers, hikers, saunterers, runners, gawkers, and plodders.
We will be returning to Full Moon Hikes as we treat ourselves to a spectacular evening walking on the Ice Age Trail!
We will walk up to the mesic prairie for a good look at the sun setting over Devil’s Lake State Park to the west and the moon rising in the east.
Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for the weather.  This will be a short (about a mile or more one way), low key, family friendly walk…and there might even be birthday cake!  Leashed dogs are welcome.
July’s full moon is known as the Buck Moon. July is normally the month when the new antlers of buck deer push out of their foreheads in coatings of velvety fur. It was also often called the Thunder Moon, for the reason that thunderstorms are most frequent during this time. Another name for this month’s Moon was the Hay Moon or as some knucklehead might say, “Hey! Moon”.

Event details:

Wednesday, July 21 at 7:30 pm.

Location details:

We will meet at the Slack Road Trailhead

For more information, contact Bill at  608-843-3926 or [email protected]
Pencil in these upcoming Full Moon Hikes:
August 20th
September 19th
October 20th
November 20th
December 18th (with Santa!)

“I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees.”   Henry David Thoreau

Tyke Hike – Waukesha/Milwaukee Co. Chapter

The Hike:

Join us on a Tyke Hike to explore Wisconsin’s own Ice Age National Scenic Trail! We will explore a tyke-sized portion of the Lapham Peak Segment in the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Families with children of all ages should attend!

These hikes give kids the opportunity to explore, discover and participate in natural play. Most hikes include a picture book story and educational materials as well as certificates for children. In addition, service opportunities may be included. They last approximately 1-2 hours and can cover up to 1.5 miles. Tyke Hikes are led by Peter Dargatz, a forest kindergarten teacher and Ice Age Trail volunteer.

Hike Details:

We will hike for approximately 45 minutes and then return. There will be occasional stops for play and exploration along the way. Hikers should dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes/hiking boots. Most importantly, bring water. Lapham Peak requires a State Parks sticker or a day use pass to park your vehicle.

Location Details:

This hike will start out at Lapham Peak’s Observation Tower, W329 N846, County C, Delafield, WI 53018.

Contact Information:

Questions? Peter will answer them for you.

 

 

“Get lost in the right direction” with us!

Tyke Hike – Waukesha/Milwaukee Co. Chapter

The Hike:

Join us on a family-friendly hike to explore Wisconsin’s own Ice Age National Scenic Trail! We will explore a tyke-sized portion of Waukesha County’s Hartland Segment. Families with children of all ages are encouraged to attend!

Tyke Hikes are short, slow-paced hikes. Specifically, they can cover up to 1.5 miles over the course of 1-2 hours. Kids explore, discover and participate in natural play on these hikes. In addition, service opportunities may be included. Peter Dargatz leads the Tyke Hike. He is a forest kindergarten teacher as well as an Ice Age Trail volunteer. He often includes a picture book story, educational materials and certificates for children.

Tyke Hike Details:

This hike will start out at the beginning of the Hartland Segment trailhead. We will hike for approximately 45 minutes and return. There will be occasional stops for play and exploration. Hikers should dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes/hiking boots. Bring water.

Location Details:

The yellow Tyke Hike Signs will guide you to the meeting point at Hartland’s Centennial Park parking lot.

Contact Information:

Questions? Peter will answer them.

 

Get lost in the right direction with us!

 

Tyke Hike – Waukesha/Milwaukee Co. Chapter

The Hike:  – CANCELLED – With the wet conditions, more rain possible, and little chance of significant drying, tonight’s Tyke Hike is canceled. Sorry for any inconvenience, but we hope to see you next Tuesday at 10AM at Centennial Park in Hartland.

Join us on a family-friendly hike to explore Wisconsin’s own Ice Age National Scenic Trail! We will explore a tyke-sized portion of the Merton Segment in Waukesha County. Families with children of all ages are encouraged to attend!

Tyke Hikes are short, slow-paced hikes. They last approximately 1-2 hours and can cover up to 1.5 miles. These hikes focus on exploration, discovery, service opportunities and natural play. Peter Dargatz, a forest kindergarten teacher and Ice Age Trail volunteer leads the Tyke Hike. He often includes a picture book story, educational materials and certificates for children.

Tyke Hike Details:

This hike will start out at the beginning of the Merton Segment trailhead. We will hike for approximately 45 minutes and return, occasionally stopping for play and exploration. Hikers should dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes/hiking boots. Bring water.

Location Details:

The yellow Tyke Hike Signs will guide you to the meeting point at the Ice Age Trail parking lot off of E. Kilbourne Rd.

Contact Information:

Questions? Peter will answer them for you.

Please come “get lost in the right direction” with us!

2020 Central Moraines Chapter Hike-A-Thon

 

Celebrate the Central Moraines Chapter’s 2nd Annual Hike-A-Thon

Join hikers, friends, family and colleagues for a great time exploring the Ice Age National Scenic Trail in Marathon County and help raise funds to build, maintain, and protect this national treasure.

Participants will hike on newly constructed Ice Age Trail near Ringle, Wisconsin. Build your own round trip hike or choose one of these exciting round trip options:

  • Poplar Lane to the Mountain Bay State Trail and back:  3.4 miles
  • Poplar Lane to Hatley and back:  6.8 miles
  • Poplar Lane to Hoot Owl Drive and back:  7 miles
  • Poplar Lane to County Hwy N and back:  11.2 miles

 

Supporting the Ice Age Trail

 

Our goal is to raise $3000 for the Central Moraines Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance. We are asking all participants to register and to make a tax deductible gift or collect pledges of $20 (individuals) or $30 (families) or more.

Hike-A-Thon registration will close on Sunday, October 11, 2020 and an event day update will be emailed to all participants prior to Saturday, October 17, 2020.

Those who are not currently Alliance members and donate or raise $50 or more have the option of a one-year Alliance membership.

To register for this event or to make a gift in support of another hiker, please use the link at the bottom of this page.

 

Event Details

Breakfast foods, trail snacks, and water will be provided.

Check-in will be anytime between 8 am and 12 pm near the Ringle Segment’s, Poplar Road parking area-free parking (driving directions). Check-out is by 3:00 pm.

 

Event Sponsors

Thank you to these area business sponsors for their generous support of our 2020 Hike-A-Thon!

Please Note

Due to the continuing threats of Covid 19, we are asking all hikers to wear a mask, during registration or while in the registration area; to disinfect hands prior to taking or handling food items; and to sanitize the bathroom after use.   Hand sanitizer, disinfectant spray, and paper towels will be provided.  This is to protect our hikers and event volunteers.  Masks can be removed during the hike, but we are asking that social distancing rules be followed at all times.

In the event of severe or threatening weather, for safety reasons, we may need to cancel this event last minute.  If this happens, we will be unable to refund donations.

Pets are welcome but must be on leash and under control at all times.

 

REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS CLOSED

Hike Responsibly: 13 Things to Know

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Bohn Lake Segment, Washara County. Photo by Dave Caliebe.
The weather is perfect: sunshine, a light breeze, blue sky. It’s ideal hiking conditions. However, our nation is in the midst of a COVID-19 pandemic. What’s a responsible hiker and Ice Age Trail enthusiast to do?

Help Flatten the Curve:  

  1. Stay Local. Limit travel to within your community (or county). If you do not live near an Ice Age Trail segment, please enjoy your local county or city parks, or your own back yard.
  2. Let Go. Set aside your Thousand-Miler goal, whether it was to section-hike segments, or to begin a long-distance, multi-day thru-hike.

Hike Responsibly, if You Choose to Hike: Continue reading

The IAT & Closing/Reopening of Public Land

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What to Know Before You Go!

The Ice Age National Scenic Trail is open (except where it crosses federally owned land in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest).

As of 5/01/2020, 34 of the 40 state parks, forests, and natural areas, previously closed, will now be reopened.

Reopening does NOT extend to restrooms, campsites, towers, shelters, playgrounds, nature centers, headquarters, contact stations, and concession buildings. These facilities remain closed until May 26, 2020. Continue reading

Give Forest Bathing a Try!

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Along the Milwaukee River Segment of the Ice Age Trail. Photo by Cameron Gillie.
The term “forest bathing” may bring up some odd images and a few questions, but in Japan, forest bathing, called “Shinrin-yoku” in Japanese, is a leisurely visit to a forest. Shinrin means “forest,” and yoku means “bath.” So Shinrin-yoku means bathing in the forest atmosphere, or taking in the forest through our senses. The aim of forest bathing is to slow down and let ourselves become immersed in the natural environment around us. Continue reading

Nature’s Wildness is a Necessity

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The Hartman Creek Segment of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. Photo by Cameron Gillie.

“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity.”

~John Muir, environmentalist and author of Our National Parks, 1901

Mountains are hard to come by in Wisconsin. Yet, we have the excellent fortune of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail wending its way through the state. The Ice Age Trail provides us with the necessary wildness and opportunity to come home.  A vigorous hike or leisurely walk on a favorite segment of this thousand-mile footpath lets us, the “tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized,” reacquaint ourselves with a vital source of well-being, nature. Continue reading

Coronavirus/COVID-19 and the Ice Age Trail

A hiker admires an early spring bloomer along the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.
A hiker admires an early spring bloomer along the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.
Updated 3/26/2020 in light of the Safer-At-Home order [PDF] issued by Governor Evers on Tuesday, March 24, 2020.

The Ice Age Trail Alliance’s highest priority is the health and well-being of our staff, volunteers, and hiking community during the rapidly evolving health concern of the Coronavirus/COVID-19. Continue reading

Hunting Season and Hiking the Ice Age Trail

A woman and her dog wear blaze orange on the Ice Age Trail in fall.

Photo by Paulette Walker Smith

There can be a lot of details to navigate when you hike the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin’s fall and winter seasons: hunting season dates, trail closures on private property, and public lands where the Trail is open and hunting is also allowed.

Visit our Hunting Seasons and the Ice Age Trail page to get a full breakdown of all the things to consider. Here are the main things you’ll want to remember: Continue reading

This Land is Your Land: National Public Lands Day hike with the Walworth/Jefferson County Chapter

In recognition of National Public Lands Day, the Walworth/Jefferson County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance will sponsor a free 2-5-7-mile guided hike on September 28 as an introduction to Wisconsin’s 1200+ mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail. Roughly following the southernmost edge of the last glaciation, this narrow primitive trail travels through some of the most dramatic and varied terrain in the state.

Details:

Hike 2, 5, or 7 miles!

Two-mile or Seven-mile Hikers:

  • Meet at 9:00 am at the Esterly Road  Ice Age Trail parking lot for a varied and scenic two-mile hike along the eskers, ending at Highway 12.
  • After a short break (with snacks and water), the two-mile hikers will be shuttled back to the starting point.
  • Those hiking seven miles will continue to the end point at the Oleson cabin where you will be shuttled back to your vehicle.

Five-mile Hikers:

  • Join us at the Highway 12 Ice Age Trail trailhead parking lot by 9:45 am to join those hiking on to the historic Oleson cabin.
  • This section of trail features dramatic long-range views, a lake, and colorful prairies — followed by challenging hills, a pine woods, and a series of ponds and springs.
  • Five-mile hikers and seven-mile hikers who parked at Esterly Road or Highway 12 will be driven back to their cars by chapter volunteers.

Snacks and water will be available both at the Highway 12 lot and at the Oleson cabin.

Family Hikes!

Guided exploration hikes for families with school-age children will leave from the cabin at 10:30, 11:30, and 12:30 to explore a wooded section of the Ice Age Trail about a mile in length.  Long pants and sturdy shoes are strongly recommended.

The historic Oleson cabin will be open to visitors between 10:30 am and 1:30 pm.  Parking is available along Duffin Road.  (Insider’s tip: to avoid roof and hood damage, do not park under the walnut trees!)

Lake La Grange along the Blackhawk Segment offers a scenic moment along the 7-mile hike! Photo by Ellen Davis.

Hiking Maps:

Ice Age Trail Atlas Map pages 78f and 79f [PDF]

Parking Details:

Esterly Road Trailhead: 

View a map of the Esterly Road trailhead here. Click here for Google map directions.

Hwy 12 Parking Lot:

View a map of the Hwy 12 trailhead here. Click here for Google map directions.

Questions?

Contact Ellen Davis at 262-740-1113.

2019 Central Moraines Chapter Hike-A-Thon

Join us for the Central Moraines Chapter’s inaugural Hike-A-Thon!

In celebration of National Trails Day (Saturday, June 8th, 2019), join hikers, friends, family, and colleagues to explore the Ice Age National Scenic Trail in Marathon County and raise funds to build, maintain, and protect the Trail.

Participants can choose one of two hikes along the Ice Age Trail:

  • State Road 52 to County Road HH: 2.6 miles
  • Sportsman Drive to County Road HH: 5.7 miles

Supporting the Ice Age Trail

Our goal is to work together to raise more than $3,000 for the Central Moraines Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance. We are asking all participants to make a tax-deductible gift or collect pledges of $20 or more (individuals) or $30 or more (families).

Those who are not currently Alliance members who donate or raise $50 or more have the option to start a one-year Alliance membership.

To register yourself for the event or to make a gift in support of someone else, please follow the link at the bottom of this page.

Event Details

Shuttles and refreshments will be provided.

Participants should check in anytime between 9 and noon on the day of the event. Check-in headquarters will be at the Plover River Segment’s County Road HH parking lot (driving directions).

Event Sponsors

Thanks to these local businesses for supporting and sponsoring the 2019 Hike-A-Thon!

Please Note

In the event of severe or threatening weather, we may need to cancel the Hike-a-Thon at the last minute for safety reasons. If this happens, we will be unable to refund donations.

Pets are welcome but must be on leash at all times.

Online Registration Is Now Closed. Please Register/Donate On-Site.