TUESDAY MARCH 20TH – 1ST DAY OF SPRING – Bird watching on the creek. Relax at your campsite and watch for the first robin of spring or a blue jay building a nest on the first day of Spring! THURSDAY MARCH 22ND – THIRSTY THURSDAY CORN-HOLE NIGHT – 7 PM IN BEAR PARK – Corn-hole competition can make you thirsty, so what better way to enjoy the evening than, Thirsty Thursday & Corn-hole Competition.  Bring your favorite beverage of choice to Bear Park and play a friendly game of corn-hole with your fellow campers. Teams are encouraged.FRIDAY MARCH 23RD – CAMPFIRE & S’MORES – 7 PM IN BEAR PARK. Bring your roasting stick and we’ll supply all the makings for a fun night of eating s’mores around the campfire. BYOB SATURDAY MARCH 24TH -NATIONAL FLY A KITE DAY – 1-4 pm       A fun way to spend the afternoon is to fly a kite!- Bring your kite to the field at the front entrance and let it soar over the park. Prize awarded for most unique kite + more!THURSDAY MARCH 29TH – SPRUCE UP & CLEAN UP THE PARK. It’s time to clear out the winter blues and spruce up the park. Help us pick up limbs, litter and objects lying around the park that old man winter left behind. Stop by the office for a free pair of gloves & a trash bag to help us tidy up the park. Pick up along the creek bank, straighten up the campsites, spruce up Eagle Park tent sites, etc. as we “Spring Clean” in the park. A free bottle of water for all participants.FriFriday March 30th – Easter Egg Dyeing Event 6 pm Bear Park Pavilion. Bring your hard boiled eggs and color dye kit to Bear Park Pavilion and color eggs with  your fellow campers,       in preparation for the big egg hunt on Saturday.Saturday March 31st – 2nd Annual Creekwood Farm Egg Hunt – 1 pm until all eggs are found.  Bring your basket to Bear Park and join us for our 2nd annual Creekwood Farm Egg Hunt. Prizes awarded – Ages 1-12

APRIL 2018

MONDAY APRIL 2nd – North Carolina Trout Season Opening Day – Reserve your campsite along the creek, grab a pole and enjoy opening day of trout season in the park. What goes great with camping; fishing! Test the clear waters of Jonathan Creek that flows through our park.  Maximum catch limit of 7.  NC State Fishing license & trout stamp required.