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Spring is the perfect season for visiting LLELA Nature Center. From a night on the prairie watching the stars to guided day and night hikes, and even a chance to create art while paddling a kayak, LLELA offers something guaranteed to get every member of the family outside and into nature.
The gate entrance is at 201 E. Jones Street. Admission is $5 per vehicle (cash or check). For more information or to register for special events, call 972.219.3550.
Stars on the Prairie
Saturday, March 25, 7:45-9:45 p.m.
Join LLELA’s guides for a fascinating evening as you trek to LLELA’s prairie restoration area to view the wonders of the night sky. Constellations both familiar and unusual, satellites, and sometimes planets and the moon are features of the ever-changing night sky. If the sky is cloudy, we will substitute a night hike. Ages 5 and up. $10 per person. Registration is required by 11a.m. Friday, March 24, at bit.ly/CoLRegistration. Search for activity code 800001.
Guided Nature Walk
Saturday, April 1, 10 a.m.-noon
Animal tracks, deer trails, singing birds, trees with personality – who knows what you will find on the monthly nature walk. This family-friendly hike will last about two hours. All ages are welcome. Free with $5/vehicle entry to LLELA. Registration is not required. This month the guided nature walk will meet at the Blackjack Trail.
LLELA was created in the early 1990's when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers founded a consortium to manage nearly 2,000 acres below Lewisville Dam. Today the LLELA consortium includes the Corps, the University of North Texas, the City of Lewisville, and Lewisville Independent School District. Its mission is to preserve and restore native ecosystems and to provide and promote environmental education and scientific research.