Thompson’s Harbor State Park Silver Anniversary Celebration

Saturday, May 11, 2013img_9100
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Start the day in the big tent located at the entrance road to hear about park history. Other activities include guided tours to see the park’s birding spots and other natural features, including a quaking bog and various wildflowers. Thompson’s Harbor State Park is strewn with dwarf lake irises in the late spring and early summer months, and the celebration is timed to coincide with their blooming. While the flowers are easily found in the park, they’re considered a threatened species by state and federal laws.


There will be an open house at Stone Path Cabin, with DNR employees giving out samples of ice cream and bottled water.