• Red cliffs descend into the water of Bighorn Canyon

    Bighorn Canyon

    National Recreation Area MT,WY

July Ranger Programs at Bighorn Canyon

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Date: June 30, 2009
Contact: Christy Fleming, 307-548-5406
Contact: Jim Staebler, 307-548-5403

Rangers at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area have a variety of campground programs and guided tours planned for the month of July.  There is a program for everyone this month.  Times vary depending on the type of program.  Please mark your calendars for these July programs:

·         July 4, Ranger Staebler will be presenting “Our National Parks” at the Amphitheater in Loop B at Horseshoe Bend at 9:30 pm. 

·         July 10, Ranger Fleming will be giving a guided tour of the Lockhart Ranch. Participants will meet at the Lockhart Ranch near the Outhouse at 6 pm.

·         July 17, Ranger Green will be presenting “Zap the Zebra” at the Amphitheater in Loop B at Horseshoe Bend at 9:00 pm. 

·         July 18, Ranger Staebler will be presenting “The Undiscovered Jewel” at the Amphitheater in Loop B at Horseshoe Bend at 9:30 pm.          

·         July 24,Ranger Fleming will be giving a guided tour of the Hillsboro Ranch.  Participants will meet at the Hilmont in the Barry’s Landing parking area at 6 pm.

·         July 25, Ranger Staebler will be presenting “A Slice Through Time” at the Amphitheater in Loop B at Horseshoe Bend at 9:30 pm.       

·         July 31,Ranger Green will be presenting “Zap the Zebra” at the Amphitheater in Loop B at Horseshoe Bend at 9:00 pm. 

If you have questions, need directions or arrangements made for accessibility, please call Christy Fleming at 307-548-5404 or Jim Staebler at 307-548-5406 in advance. 

 

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