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Nature Quest
is a free fun activity for all ages. Pick up a booklet at the Park, Wegmans, or HERE, record your progress, and turn in for prizes.

Nature Quest Fest is October 18th. Have you completed your passport?
Quest Fest will feature live animals, canoeing, archery, face painting, dam tours, raffles and more.

It was a howling good weekend at Lake Roland with the Zombie Scavenger Hunt, Haunted Halloween Hike, and Howl-O-Ween.
See our LRNC and Paw Point Facebook pages for photos.

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Our Serpentine Restoration Project is this weekend. Come help remove invasive Virginia Pine and restore our prairie grassland.
Come help with this year’s Serpentine Restoration Project on Feb 22 and 23 to remove invasive Virginia Pine and restore our prairie grassland. See announcement for details.

Our Native Plant Sale is on Saturday, May 3. Details are on our Calender Entry. Please inform your neighbors by posting our Flyer.

The Lake Roland Nature Center is coming to Lake Roland.

The Annual Meeting is Wednesday, November 19 at 6:30 in the Jefferson Building at 105 West Chesapeake Avenue, Towson.  All are welcome. <br>


2014 Nature Quest below

Fun-The Great Outdoors-Prizes                      

Nature Quest provides a great opportunity to experience the outdoors and be active with friends and family while discovering some of the best parks and trails in Baltimore County. You can bike, hike, or canoe on designated trails to complete the Nature Quest and earn fun prizes. The Nature Quest is ongoing but questers that complete at least 5 trails each year receive free admission to that year’s Quest Fest and are entered into raffles for great prizes.

Complete Your Quest in Three Easy Steps!

  1. Get your Passport booklet. Pick up a Nature Quest booklet from your local Wegmans store, at participating parks (Lake Roland, Oregon Ridge Nature Center, Cromwell Valley Park, Marshy Point Nature Center, Honeygo Run Regional Park, Maryland Agricultural Center or Benjamin Banneker Historical Park), or print one here. Note: if you already have a booklet you can print this year’s new trails by clicking here.
  2. Start hiking. Take your booklet and a pencil or crayon and head out on the trails. Record your progress by making a rubbing, with a pencil or crayon, of the trail marker located on each of the 13 trails in the booklet.
  3. Collect your prizes. Prizes are awarded after accumulating rubbings from at least 5 of the 13 trails and can be picked up at any of the participating parks. In addition to the prizes, questers that complete 5 trails or more also receive free admission to the Nature Quest Fest on October 18th, 2014. Questers that complete 9 or more trails will be entered into drawings for great prizes!


What is it? The Quest Fest is a celebration for questers that have completed at least 5 trails by October 18, 2014. The Quest Fest will feature live animals, canoeing, archery, face painting, dam tours, raffles and more.

When is it? The Quest Fest takes place each year in October. In 2014 the Quest Fest is on October 18th, 10am-12pm.

Where is it? The 2014 Quest Fest takes place in Lake Roland.

Is there a fee? Questers that complete at least 5 trails during the current year receive free admission.

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