Lake Maria State Park will host its annual Halloween Howl on Saturday, October 28, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the park’s trail center. Come join the WonderWeavers Storytellers. They will spin family friendly spooky tales perfect for a chilly fall evening. There will be mischievous pumpkins, forest creatures and other slightly spooky delights. Their active performance includes audience participation, puppets, songs, and magic. This will be followed by a kids craft program to make Halloween masks and at the end of indoor activities there will be a short spooky scavenger hunt in the woods and a bonfire. Refreshments and s’mores stuff will also be provided. Children are welcome to wear their Halloween costumes. Bring a flashlight.
There is no cost for the program. A $7 daily vehicle permit does apply if you don’t not have an annual permit, which is available at the park office and includes all state parks.
To help us plan for the event, please register in advance, or, to get more information, call the Lake Maria park office at 763-878-2325 The park is located on Wright County Highway 111 approximately seven miles northwest of Monticello, 10 miles northeast of Annandale and five miles north of Maple Lake.