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Mount Brydges – There’s something new to do on Tuesday evenings at Longwoods Road Conservation Area and Ska-Nah-Doht Village! Come on out for Night Hikes and Night Legends!
Bring the entire family and meet at the Resource Centre every Tuesday evening beginning July 7th. The activities will start at 7 p.m. and wrap up at around 9 p.m., rain or shine!
Please pay the $4 vehicle charge at the pay and display machine near the park entrance gatehouse and display your ticket on your vehicle’s dash.
We recommend you dress comfortably for the outdoors, wear insect repellent and bring a water bottle.
July 7th – This night hike is all about forest plants and sounds! After the hike we will make our own sounds. Enjoy campfire songs around the open fire. Bring your guitar or just sing along. Clapping is encouraged.
July 14th – Experience an evening tour at Ska-Nah-Doht Village and Museum. Learn hands-on about life 1,000 years ago. We will even put you to work! Share stories and legends under the stars.
July 21st – Explore the forest at dusk for Flying Squirrels, Owls and Bats on a woodland hike. Then join us for songs around the campfire. Bring your guitar or just tap your feet!
July 28th – Experience your own Night at the Museum! Then it is legends by the fire right in the longhouse at Ska-Nah-Doht Village. It’s a night to share stories from your culture too.
Information about the Tuesday evening events in August will be released in July. Stay tuned!
Longwoods Road Conservation Area and Ska-Nah-Doht Village are located 6.5 km west of Delaware at 8348 Longwoods Road, Mount Brydges. Just 30 minutes west of London, or 1 hour east of Chatham.
For our other conservation area directions, all fees and facilities please visit our website www.ltvca.ca and click on the Conservation Areas tab.
For Further Information Contact:
Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority
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