Spring Break at Devil’s Den

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Tim Scott joins us to explain how the White Nose Syndrome is affecting the bats in the caves at Devil's Den and in many other states. The park aims to preserve and protect the bats; therefore, the caves will remain closed until further notice. Though the caves may not be open, there are many other activities to enjoy at the park!

Do you like camping, hiking, boating, biking, picnics, or just relaxing? How about all of the above! Devil's Den is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life and get in touch with nature. From the Butterfly Trails to the campgrounds, there are activities for just about anyone!

So head out into the wild and paint with all the colors of the wind - you might learn things you never knew you never knew.

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