When: Saturday, May 4, 12-4 p.m. This event will go on rain or shine!
Where: Carpenter Recreation Area, White Clay Creek State Park (map below)
Cost: The event is FREE, but White Clay Creek State Park Fees are in effect. $4 per in-state vehicle, $8 per out-of-state vehicle.
Enjoy live music, children’s activities, exhibits, vendors, educational hikes, good food, and other live entertainment. Stop by the Stroud Water Research Center exhibit table and say hello to our educators! You might even be able to say hello to some live macroinvertebrates.
Creek Fest celebrates the many ways to enjoy and protect the White Clay Creek, a National Wild & Scenic River. The goal is to raise awareness of the drinking water, scenic, recreational, historical, and natural resource values of the White Clay Creek and to inform residents in and around the watershed on ways to protect, improve, and promote these values.