Bear Creek park programs keep kids moving, learning about natureBear Creek park programs keep kids moving, learning about nature
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Keep the kids busy this summer with nature programs at Bear Creek Lake Park in Lakewood.
Families can connect with nature and spend time outdoors with activities such as a family adventure race, hikes, storytelling, fishing and more. Space is limited and registration is required for all programs. Park pass is required for all programs (unless otherwise noted).
First up is Letís Go Fishing, offered free for all ages. Learn about types of fish, bait, fishing ethics and reeling in the big one. This family program lasts from 9 a.m. to noon. June 2. Anglers of all ages can fish without a license during Coloradoís Free Fishing Weekend, June 2-3. Register at Lakewood.org/BCLPEvent.
Kids ages 10-13 can spend the summer exploring the natural world through activities such as hiking, wildlife viewing, team building, swimming and more during Summer Camp: Naturalist I. The camp runs from 9 a.m. to noon Fridays, from June 15 to July 27. Cost is $80, and the park entrance is waived for campers. Register at Lakewood.org/Camps.
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