Enjoy a nature-based night hike at Poverty Point World Heritage Site on Saturday, October 30, beginning at 6:30 p.m. During the hike, we'll be illuminate arachnids during a session of spider sniffing, call on owls during an owl prowl and share stories from several Native American cultures around the campfire. If guest wish to roast marshmallows or prepare s'mores, please do bring your own items, but we will have roasting sticks on hand.
The night hike is limited to 40 participants. Please call or email the site to register your group! Face masks and social distancing are recommended for the program. Visitors are encouraged to bring flashlights in order to participate in spider sniffing at the very least. Proper hiking attire and footwear is also recommended, especially if it happens to be muddy on the trail. We look forward to seeing everyone for a fun Night Hike!