Set in Stone
May 6, 2023 | 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Pedernales Falls State Park 2585 Park Road 6026 Johnson City, Texas
eology is a science that gives us stories from the past, and helps us predict what the future may look like! Join Ranger Steve as we explore not only the recent past, and how Pedernales Falls has formed, but also the ancient past, with creatures that lived here 300 million years ago! Meet at the Main Falls Overlook to join. (300 yards from parking lot) Schedule: 30 minute history and fossil demonstration, followed by 30 minute hike down to the last rock layer at the Falls! After the hike you'll be freed to explore the falls on your own. Wear comfortable hiking clothing for the weather! The optional hike will be about 1/2 a mile through some rough terrain. - Child and dog friendly (Dogs must be on leash at all times in the park). * For guaranteed entrance to the park during our busiest days, purchase your day pass online! Go to our website for more information. Don't get turned away at the gate!+ Google Calendar + iCal Export
Cost: Normal Entrance fees required to enter the park, no additional fees or registration required to attend this event.