The campfire will be crackling, children will be laughing and stars will be visible in the night sky during the Mercer County Park Commission’s Come Out and Play Campout scheduled for Saturday, May 20 to Sunday, May 21, weather permitting. Families will be able to spend the night at Rosedale Park and experience the park like never before. The Come Out and Play Campout is designed to provide a unique summer experience. Cost for in-county residents is $25 per person; out-of-county residents, $35 per person.
Join us for naturalist-led stargazing and nighttime games. There will also be live music, roasting hot dogs and s’mores by the campfire. Wrap up the event the next morning by enjoying a complimentary breakfast, an early bird-walk or family craft before heading home. Registration opens Monday, May 1.
Registration is open to individuals and families with children ages 6 and over. Children under 18 years old will not be permitted to attend without a registered adult. Pets and alcohol are not allowed.
Register on Community Pass at http://register.communitypass.net/mercer
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