Earth Day Celebration

April 19-22, 2024

Earth Day Celebration

The Anne Springs Close Greenway preserves its 2,100 acres to provide accessible outdoor recreation opportunities to visitors and members. Come try our most popular recreational pastimes, such as kayaking, archery, horseback riding, hiking and more during our favorite weekend of the year, Earth Day Celebration!

Everyone receives free entrance to the Greenway on Earth Day Weekend to enjoy time in nature. To support our conservation efforts, nonmembers pay a $5 parking fee. If you enjoy your visit, please consider membership.

Check back later to view our full schedule of outdoor fun!

Earth Day Campout

Celebrate the great outdoors, and experience nature firsthand when you camp with us! Exhaust yourself and your family with our exciting Earth Day activities happening all weekend before cozying up in your sleeping bag. Register in advance to camp with us Friday, Saturday or  both!

Bass Tournament

The Anne Springs Close Greenway Resources Team needs your help! In order to rebalance the biodiversity in our waters, we need you to catch some bass. Enter our first-ever Earth Day Bass Tournament to fish with friends, try to win prizes and restore the health of Greenway aquatic ecosystems. Registration is FREE, but there are a limited number of spots. Catch yours early! Registration opens March 30.

Recycled Art Contest

The Greenway invites you to create a recycled art installation to have on display at the Lake Haigler Entrance. Guests will have the opportunity to vote on the installations, and the Greenway will announce a winner for the following categories: Preschool, Elementary, Middle, High School and Open.

Schedule of Earth Day Activities

Activities in blue require advanced registration and/or payment. Follow link for information and registration. All other activities are FREE. Mountain biking requires a helmet, and archery requires closed-toe shoes. Camping requires your own tent.

Please continue to check back for updates, especially in the event of unfavorable weather conditions.
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