Join Rangers & Volunteers for Programs in July
Contact: Lauren Gurniewicz, 803-647-3969
The public is invited to join park rangers and volunteers for programs at Congaree National Park in July. All programs are free and begin at the Harry Hampton Visitor Center. Remember that summer weather has arrived at Congaree. Please check the forecast before heading out. Visitors are encouraged to bring water, sunscreen and bug spray on all summer programs.
Better with Age: Join a ranger for a short program about the value of Congaree's towering old-growth forest.
Moonlight Creatures: Take a walk on the wild side during this special evening program. Reservations required. Call 803 776-4396 for information and to register.
Nature Discovery: Walk with a park volunteer to look and listen for animals in the forest.
Tree Trek: Explore the old-growth forest along the boardwalk with a park ranger.
Through an ongoing partnership with Fulmer Middle School art teacher Melanie Ward, student art and poetry depicting moths and butterflies will be on display in the Harry Hampton Visitor Center throughout July. The facility is open 9:00 am-5:00 pm daily.
For more information about Congaree National Park call 803 776-4396. You can also join Congaree National Park on social media.
Did You Know?
In 2003, Congaree became the first and only national park in South Carolina. Until then, it was known as Congaree Swamp National Monument.