Free Show on the Beach

On both Friday July 22nd and 29th, The Friends of Lake Louisa State Park are welcoming back Actors Reaching Out, who will be providing a free performance of their show “The Wolf and its Shadows” at 7:00pm both nights on the main beach of Lake Louisa.  If you had the chance to attend Nature Fest in May you may have seen them perform some of their other children’s shows.  This is an event open to the public.  Bring a blanket or chair and come on out to enjoy a great family event in a beautiful location! [If you are not already in the park, the normal entrance fee will be collected as you come through the ranger station. An 'iron' ranger is situated at the back entrance off Nellie Road if you plan to walk to the beach area from the back parking lot.]

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Upcoming Events

Date What When
July 22, Fri
July 29, Fri
Performance on the Beach:
The Wolf and Its Shadows - Actors Reaching Out
7:00pm
October 1, Sat. Obstacle Trail Challenge, equestrian field 7:30am - 2:00pm

All events are held at the Volunteer Building unless otherwise indicated.

*There is limited seating for these events; please register by calling the ranger station at (352) 394-3969.

Fall 2016 Equestrian Obstacle Trail Challenge

Equestrian Obstacle Trail Challenge

October 1, 2016

Ride the Beautiful Lake Louisa State Park Equestrian Trails

Back entrance - 12514 State Park Drive Clermont, FL 34714
Front entrance - 7305 US Hwy 27 Clermont, FL34714

On-line Registration Begins August 1!
(On-line registration ends the evening of Wednedsay, September 28)

Enjoy the Family Friendly Obstacle Trail Challenge

* Food * Fun * Prizes *

Costume Contest for OTC Participants
 Theme: Harvest Hoedown

Farming / Food / Farm Land / Harvesting / Livestock / Scarecrows / Horn of Plenty / Hay or Wheat

Gates open at 7:00am, Registration begins at 8:00am, and all riders must be checked in by 9:30am

Fee: Junior/Youth - $25
All others - $35
Day-of fee charge: Additional $5/rider

Divisions
Senior Divisions Advanced and Novice
Adult Divisions Advanced and Novice
             Junior            Youth

(Copy of Rules)

Garden 'Party'

Saturday, May 21 from 9am - 10am is a planned work day for our gardens at the park. We want to put in a little extra effort since a garden club will be touring our gardens next month. Can you come out and give a hand? Our gardens are something to be proud of, but a little extra umph is always welcome.

If you can help, be sure to help yourself by wearing closed-toe shoes, sunscreen, perhaps a hat. And, as always, bring water.

Nature Fest 2016

It was a gorgeous day down by the lake. We hope all of you who came had an enjoyable outing.

 - The Friends of Lake Louisa State Park

Spring 5k

5k on May 28, 7:30am

Spots are going fast. Sign up today at 5k Walk/Run!

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Nature Fest 2016 Exhibitors

Nominate & Vote for LLSP

Help Lake Louisa State Park win $20,000 and/or an improvements grant!

Please visit www.nrpa.org/BeInspired between now and April 30 and follow the simple directions to nominate Lake Louisa State Park in Clermont, FL to win a random drawing of $20,000. The more nominations received, the greater the odds of Lake Louisa State Park being selected

Then, vote for the park and parks in 14 other cities to win grant funding to help make improvement

Nature Fest 2016

The Friends of Lake Louisa State Park

present their annual

Nature Fest

Saturday, May 7th

10:00am – 2:00pm

Canoeing and Kayaking . Guided Hikes
Tram Tours . Demonstrations and Presentations
Children’s Activities. Live Music. Vendors and Exhibitors

Participants Include:
ACTORS REACHING OUT . HEARTLAND WATER SOLUTIONS
LAKE BEAUTYBERRY . WINTER PARK HONEY
BOGAERT PADDLE BOARD AND SKATE
FLORIDA PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY NETWORK . PINK ZEBRA

Event takes place on the main beach of Lake Louisa at
Lake Louisa State Park
7305 South US Highway 27
Clermont, Florida 34714

Nature Fest is a free event included in your park admission

Volunteer Day

A big THANK YOU to all those who turned out, despite the weather.

There is a limit of 30 volunteers, so please register here. Be sure to wear closed-toe shoes/boots.

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