Glacial Interpretive Driving Tour
Friday, June 13, 12 – 4:15 p.m.
Sunday, June 15, 9:30 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Maximum Jeep Participants: 60
The Glacial Interpretive Driving Tour features three interesting geological formations in western Butler County. During the last Ice Age, glaciers estimated at over 1-mile thick covered this area. Participants will drive on scenic back roads to three different stops where they will be met by State Park Staff from Moraine/McConnells Mill and Jennings Environmental Education Center. Interpretive staff will offer a short hike and explain how each feature was formed and its impact on the landscape. The activities are geared for all ages. 100% of activity fees will be donated to the Parks to support their efforts.