SLNC Events for April
April 2022 Events at Silver Lake Nature Center
. Saturday, April 2nd, 9am – 12pm. Earth Day is Every Day at SLNC! Help us maintain our grounds! Be prepared to get wet and dirty. Bring a refillable water bottle. This event is Rain or Shine. Register by visiting , or by calling 215-785-1177.
. Thursday, April 14th &/or Friday, April 15th. 9am – 4pm. Why only have Camp in the summer when you can do it in all seasons?! Our School-year Camp Days are scheduled for days when most schools are off. Each Camp Day provides exciting seasonal adventures for your child (5 – 14 years old). Staff and Campers spend the days exploring the forest, swamps, and marsh in all weather. Prices: $65/child per day for Friends of SLNC Members; $80/child per day for Non-members. Full payment is required at time of registration. Register at .
Friends of SLNC Members receive a 10% discount on all Bird Seed Orders.
. Saturday, April 16 2-3:30pm. Many creatures lay eggs in the depths of the woods. This fun activity for families & individuals will challenge the participants to find these “Special” hidden eggs throughout the wilds of the forest. Solve the Who Done It Mystery of the special eggs to achieve one of many prizes! $5/person for Members of Friends of SLNC or $8/person for Non-members. Register by visiting or by calling 215-785-1177.
Trails are open daily, from Sunrise to Sunset. SLNC Visitors’ Center is open, Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10am-5pm & Sundays, Noon-5pm.
The Silver Lake Nature Center, where learning comes naturally, is a 264-acre Nature Preserve located in Bristol Township, Bucks County. It is a facility of the Bucks County Department of Parks & Recreation with additional funding and staffing provided by the Friends of Silver Lake Nature Center nonprofit organization. SLNC is home to over 40 plant and animal species listed as rare, threatened, or endangered in Pennsylvania. Participation in programs helps protect these species and their habitats. SLNC does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its programs, activities, or facilities. People with special needs are asked to give advance notice.
The Bucks County Department of Parks and Recreation was established in 1953. The Department is responsible for the acquisition, development, and preservation of open space and regional parks. The Department seeks in every endeavor to improve the quality of life and environment for all Bucks County residents, by working to enhance existing and projected recreational and cultural needs for our County.
For information about this and the other programs offered at Silver Lake Nature Center, call 215-785-1177 or visit the website at www.