Our Event Calendar
There’s always something to do in Green Lake! Whether you’re looking for a scenic bike trail or kayak launching point, these helpful maps highlight Green Lake’s favorite natural areas and the roads that will take you there!
Join the Green Team for a look into the exciting world of beekeeping! Join Jesse Nodolf, local beekeeper, as he explains the complex life of honey bees, how they produce honey, and how that honey is harvested for us to enjoy!
In addition, participants will enjoy a tour of Tuleta Hill Prairie, a restored prairie that is now part of the Green Lake Conservancy! Learn how native prairie plants support healthy honey bees and how pesticides and the destruction of habitat are creating a global epidemic for bees.
Park along the roadside on Tuleta Hill Road.
This event is weather dependent. In the event that conditions are unsuitable for the event, the event will be rescheduled. Please visit our Event Calendar for the latest updates.
***NOTE THE TIME CHANGE. NEW TIME IS 7:30-9PM.***
Join the Green Team and Master Naturalist, Tom Wagner, as we explore the mysterious world of bats! Featuring a discussion from bat experts, participants will learn all about bats, and common misconceptions will be debunked. Afterwards, we’ll head outdoors to use special equipment that will track bats as they fly through the air!
The details of this event are still being determined, so stay up to date by checking out our Events Calendar.
This event will take place at the Green Lake Conference Center in the C. Oscar Johnson Hall located on Camp Road (Camp Rd runs between Log Cabin Rd and Cabin Rd). Click here for a Green Lake Conference Center Map
This event is weather dependent. In the event that conditions are unsuitable for the event, the event will be rescheduled.
Stream Bugs and Monitoring at Dakin Creek
Ever wonder what classifies a stream as healthy or unhealthy? Or what impact our streams have on larger bodies of water like Big Green Lake? Join the Green Team on this stream tour and use your detective skills to discover the answers for yourself through a hands-on exploration fit for all ages!
Learn about stream health through a sampling session with Tom Wagner on Dakin Creek. This tour will include an exploration of the creepy crawly critters that live in streams and tell us a thing or two about stream health.
GEAR TO BRING:
Participants should wear hip waders or knee-high boots if planning to go in stream. Otherwise, wear sturdy hiking shoes.
Participants should park on Maug Road, near the intersection of Skunk Hollow Road, on the east side of Green Lake.