Looking for something to do locally this weekend?

Published on: June 4, 2015


Join Camp Bayou volunteers for National Trails Day!

SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Guided trail walks, on land and water, will be the order of the day.


9 a.m.: Paleo Preserve Fossil Museum open – fossil dig available for small fee

9 a.m.: Advanced Beginner Canoe Paddle around the island south of Camp Bayou @ 90 minutes

9 a.m.: Fishing Cabin exhibit open

9:30 a.m.: Trail walk- Tortoise Trail and Butterfly Habitat

9:30 a.m.: Tours of Native Peoples village on the half hour

10 a.m.: Highlight tours via golf cart for those unable to walk the trails, leaving every 20 minutes 

10:30 a.m.: Trail walk- River Ramble

11 a.m.: Beginner Canoe Paddle around oxbow island- for those who need to learn the basics or want a shorter trip @ 30 minutes

11:30 a.m.: Trail Walk- Wetlands Walk

12 p.m.: Lunch $5 fundraiser – hot dogs, chips and a drink

Canoe rentals are $25 per 3-seater canoe for either session. Have your own canoe or kayak? Join us for just a $5 donation. Call to reserve your canoe 813-641-8545. Visit www.campbayou.org, for more information.