The Pioneer Camp scheduled for June 25th thru 29th is now full. Unfortunately, this camp has reached capacity and we can not accept any more campers for this session.
There is availability in both sessions of our Explorer Camp. If your child is planning on attending either week please send your registration in before the end of the month. Every camper receives a camp t-shirt with the price of registration. Custom tie-dying t-shirts has quickly become a favorite activity during camp and we need to have the camper’s shirt sizes prior to the start of camp.
If you have any questions please contact Angie Southern at 251-923-4267 or email@example.com
The Interpretive Center will be closed Saturday, May 26th, and Monday, May 28th for Memorial Day weekend. Visitors can still enjoy the park and recreational amenities from dawn to dusk daily. We will return to normal business hours Tuesday. Have a safe and happy holiday weekend.
New Kayak Equipment Arrives At Graham Creek Preserve. Pictured are (L) Riviera Utilities Manager Tom DeBell and Gale Croft from South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce.
Thanks to a community grant secured by the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce and Riviera Utilities, Graham Creek Nature Preserve has received its first arrival of kayak equipment permanently available at the facility. The donated paddlesports gear comprises six (6) single seat sit-on-top kayaks, with paddles and life vests. The kayaks will be utilized for scheduled field trips and guided tours.
Graham Creek Preserve’s kayak and canoe launch has long been a popular drop-in point for paddlers bringing along their own gear. Now, with the new on-site equipment, we will hope to introduce more families to the splendid experience of exploring the Nature Preserve and surroundings from the water. You can find a map of the kayak and canoe trail connecting Graham Creek Preserve and Wolf Bay Park HERE on our website.
Our leadership team is now in discussion about hosting guided kayak tours, which would be free and on a first-come-first served reservations basis. Those guided tours will begin by the end of Summer or early Fall, so stay tuned for updates.
For any questions about the new kayak equipment or to reserve on or more future tours, please email the City of Foley Environmental Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City of Foley invites all to a special Earth Day observation April 21, at Coastal Alabama Farmers & Fishermens Market. Graham Creek Nature Preserve will be on hand with displays and exhibits celebrating our natural environment and Earth Day 2018.
The wicked wooded walk is sold out.
Sorry, for any confusion but the Haunted Forest will be canceled tonight. Due to the amount of standing water on the trails, it is unsafe to run generators and power lights.
We apologize for the inconvenience but we must make the safety of our volunteers and guests a top priority.
Beginning November 6th The Interpretive Center will be open from 10 am to 2 pm Monday thru Saturday.
Winter hours will last until after the New Year’s holiday.
Final camper Registrations are now due for the final week of Graham Creek Preserve’s popular Explorer Camp. The week long day camp is for children ages 4-8, who enjoy a half-day (8 am-12 noon) of fun nature and environmental orientation and learning. Dates for the final camp week of 2017 are June 26-30. Cost is $50 per camper. Limited camper spots remain. See the flyer below for further information. (Click image to enlarge) Scroll down for link to PDF registration forms.
Download, print and mail registration form with a check made out to the City of Foley. Mail to ATTN Explorer Camp, 23030 Wolf Bay Drive, Foley AL 36535. Click Link below for forms.
new explorer camp registration
The date for Graham Creek Preserve’s popular Creek Crawl obstacle run for 2017 is set for Nov. 18.
Participants crawl, climb and run their way through our 400 acres of trails on this 4 mile Obstacle Race. Don’t be afraid of getting a little muddy!
The race will be a cross country challenge, with 12+ obstacles to challenge you. Participation is limited to ages 10 and up. There will be guaranteed shirts for the first 100 registered racers. Runners will receive water, a beer if over 21 with an approved ID, and a meal post-race as the DJ plays music. Awards will be given for top three male and female runners. All proceeds benefit the educational programs at Graham Creek Nature Preserve.
Races will begin at 8:00 am
. Heats will be started every 10 minutes with 50 racers per heat. Water stations will be located at two places along course. Participants should arrive 30 minutes prior to race for final instructions. Do be prepared to get wet and muddy! Outside showers are available, as well as hoses, for post-race cleanup.
Event parking is free. Food and drink tickets will be redeemable starting at 9:30 am. Awards will begin at 10:30 am. No outside alcohol is permitted in the park. Participation packet pickup will be at Sports N More on Hwy 59 south of County Road 12 on Friday (Nov. 17) from 3:00 to 6:00 pm.
Race registration cost is now open, at $35 per runner. Information and sign up at at www.Active.com
Email Leslie Gahagan at email@example.com for more details and hotel information.
Pioneer Camp week is June 19-23, 2017. This exciting exploration and educational camp includes hiking, archery, nature photography, geocaching, field observations, conservation projects, disc golf and much more. Pioneer Camp is limited to 30 participants. Registration deadline is June 12.
Camp hours are 8 am – 5 pm daily. Registration fee is $100 per camper, which includes a Pioneer Camp t-shirt and disc set. See flyer below for further details and contact information for questions and registrations.