Boomers and Beyond programs focus on physical activity, social engagement, education, arts, and healthy lifestyles.
Get your family and friends together and canoe the beautiful St. Joseph River! Also a great idea for clubs, businesses and groups of all ages!
Bring your friends and family to this 18-hole course.
Join the hunt for hidden “geocaches” in St. Joseph County Parks.
Explore the outdoors at Bendix Woods County Park! Enjoy the 6.6 mile mountain bike trail.
The Running Wild 5K Run is professionally chip-timed with disposable chips on park wooded and open field trails, park roads, grass and gravel.
- Canoe and Kayak Map and Brochure (PDF)
- Canoe Group Reservation Packet (PDF)
- Disc Golf Map and Brochure (PDF)
- Hayride Brochure (PDF)
- Hayride Reservation Packet (PDF)
- Innertubing Hill Rules (PDF)
- Innertubing Reservation Packet (PDF)
- St. Patricks Park - Winter Map (PDF)
- Winter Leisure Activities Brochure (PDF)
Sat Aug. 25Orienteering Meet In the international sport of orienteering you have a map and a mission - to find all the check points on your map. Rely on your wits and powers of observation to find check points in the woods. Register on-site, the morning of the vent. For more information visit www.ocin.org
Thu Sep. 6Indiana Master Naturalist Program of St. Joseph County Fall 2018 The Indiana Master Naturalist (IMN) Program can provide you with many hands-on opportunities to learn about our Hoosier natural resources. It also provides a way for you to share that knowledge, along with your life experiences, through volunteer service to land trusts, soil and water conservation districts, state/local parks and other natural areas. 2018 Fall Schedule - Thursdays, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm and Saturdays, 9:00 am - Noon, EST This program is limited to 25 participants 18 years or old...
Thu Sep. 6Bag a Bat and a Banana Split! Discover the world of Indiana's bats. Observe biologists mist-netting and identifying bat species and see procedures biologists use to record information about bats. Enjoy a bat-nana split and watch bats exit the Red Barn. Registration and payment are required by September 4.