Day Hike - Cedar River Watershed Ed. Center/Rattlesnake Lake

Cedar River Watershed Ed. Center/Rattlesnake Lake

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  • Sat, Oct 3, 2009
  • Day Hiking
  • Families
10:30 at Education Center
Join us for fun fall day exploring the Cedar River Watershed Educational Center and nearby Rattlesnake Lake! The Education Center features a variety of interactive exhibits about the Watershed. The Exhibit Hall tells the unique story of the watershed through hands-on, interactive exhibits, to help visitors understand the complex issues surrounding the future of our drinking water, our forests, fish, and wildlife. And the Heritage Court mirrors the watershed's ecology with native plants, a meandering stream, and Rain Drums played by nature. More information can be found at Driving Directions: Head east on I-90. Take Exit 32 (436th Ave SE). Turn right at the end of the off-ramp onto 436th Ave SE. Head south on 436th Ave SE (which becomes Cedar Falls Rd SE) for about 3.5 miles to Rattlesnake Lake. Continue with the lake on your right side until you reach the Cedar River Watershed Education Center on the right.
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