Flint Woods Nature Preserve is a satellite area of Brandywine Creek State Park composed of a mature stand of hardwood trees and rolling terrain. The Preserve remains uncrowded, making a visit to this area a special occasion for the regular park visitor. Programs at Flint Woods require transportation from the Nature Center in the park’s van, limiting participation to 12 people. All programs cost $2 per person unless otherwise noted.
Sunday, August 30th, 1-3 p.m.
Search for salamanders, arthropods, and other living things in the dirt. Participants will learn about ongoing research on salamander populations at Flint Woods. Transportation provided.
National Public Lands Day Volunteer Trail Maintenance
Saturday, September 26th, 10-noon
Join a naturalist and get to work during the nation’s largest volunteer day for public lands. Learn how you can help keep our trails looking beautiful! Transportation provided. No Fee.
Fall Photography and Tree Hike
Sunday, October 11
Come out for a scenic hike in beautiful Flint Woods Nature Preserve.
Catch the best time of year for fall color and tree identification.
Wilderness Survival Series
Sundays, November 1 and 22
Saturday November 14
Earn your Flint Woods Wilderness Survival certificate in these fun and challenging classes on survival skills.
November 1: Preparing for your Adventure
November 14: Navigating your Way
November 22: All the Comforts of Home
Brandywine Creek State Park is open 8 a.m. to sunset, year round.
Park entrance fees are charged daily from March 1 through November 30.
Delaware State Parks, Annual Park Passes are available.
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