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LLELA Activities

Post Date:January 19, 2018

There’s no better place than Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area to hike, go fishing, ponder the starry sky, enjoy a bird walk, visit a historic home site, or just find a quiet place to relax. LLELA is open daily for fishing, hiking, camping, bird-watching, kayaking/canoeing, picnicking and other outdoor activities.

The gate entrance is at 201 E. Jones Street. Admission is $5 per vehicle (cash or check). Annual passes also are available. For more information or to register for special events, call 972.219.3550.

Saturday, Jan. 20, noon
Step back in time when you visit the historic Minor-Porter log house. Visitors of all ages are welcome to arrive at any time during the open house. You’ll get a feel for pioneer life as you tour the log home, smoke house, dugout, and homestead grounds. Knowledgeable docents will add to your experience, and you may even be able to try your hand at a craft from the 1870s. Free with entrance to LLELA. Registration is not required.

“Bringing Nature to Your Home”
Saturday, Jan. 27, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Glenmore Savage Community Room, 1197 W. Main Street

The keynote speaker at this event will be DFW Urban Biologist Sam Kieschnick from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

Attendees of this implementation workshop will learn how to design a garden that is beautiful and attracts birds, butterflies, and other pollinators. This full-day event will feature multiple workshops, such as: Bringing Pollinators to Your Garden by Roger Sanderson; Benefits of Native Plants by Carol Clark; Garden Design with Natives by Carol Feldman; and Organic Gardening.

Keynote speaker Sam Kieschnick will review the big ideas from last year’s mini-conference and give attendees new ideas to think about.

Tickets are $30. To register, and purchase your ticket, visit

Owl Prowl and Campfire
Saturday, Jan. 27, 5:30 p.m.

Owls hooting, armadillos rustling in the underbrush, maybe a coyote howling…we never know what we might hear on a night hike on the trails at LLELA. Join our guides as they lead a stroll down the trail, listening for owls as we go. We’ll end our hike by warming up around a campfire, where we’ll make s’mores and sip hot chocolate. Registration is required by 11a.m. the day before the event.