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Tot Time: Animals in Winter
Tot Time: Animals in Winter takes place at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 7 at Indian Springs Metropark Environmental Discovery Center.
How do animals survive all winter long? Come discover how these amazing creatures live through the winter. Be prepared to look for animal tracks outdoors. For ages 2-5.
Event Fee: $3 per child (reregistration required; call 248-625-7280 or 800-477-3192).
Note that $5 daily metroparks pass is needed if you don't have or purchase an annual pass (cost is $25 generally, but is $15 for seniors).
|Where||Indian Springs Metropark 5100 Indian Trl, White Lake, MI 48386|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||Kids|
|Phone||248-625-7280 or 800-477-3192|
|Price||$3 for program plus $5 for daily park entry fee unless you have an annual pass|
More About Indian Springs Metropark
Indian Springs Metropark is part of the Huron-Clinton Metropark system. It encompasses 2,215 acres in White Lake Township and has many activities and events throughout the year. The entrance to the park is off of White Lake Road.
Popular summer activities include, golf, hiking, biking, volleyball and horseshoes. The Environmental Discovery Center is the best kept secret in White Lake. It is open to the public seven days a week and is free (once you pay for admission to the park). It has school programs available year round that help students understand the ecosystems that surround us.
The spectacular underwater pond viewing room is a place to visit often because it is ever-changing with the seasons. The event room at the Environmental Discovery Center overlooks the pond and meadow, has a 200-person capacity and is available to rent for private parties. The facility is also available for professional development workshops. For more information on this beautiful park, please visit the website.
Other events here
- Saturday Morning Run @ Indian Springs Weekly on Saturdays, 7:00 am–8:30 am