Events

Full Moon

Enjoy a guided hike to the Gazebo and be a part of a unique experience here at Natural Tunnel. You’ll have the opportunity to watch the moon rise over the mountains and hear stories about the thrilling night life. This 1.2 mile hike will take place along a semi-moderate trail. Sturdy hiking shoes and a flashlight are recommended. Dress for the weather.

Meet at Wilderness Road Blockhouse

Full Moon

Enjoy a guided hike to the Gazebo and be a part of a unique experience here at Natural Tunnel. You’ll have the opportunity to watch the moon rise over the mountains and hear stories about the thrilling night life. This 1.2 mile hike will take place along a semi-moderate trail. Sturdy hiking shoes and a flashlight are recommended. Dress for the weather.

Meet at Wilderness Road Blockhouse

Join volunteer, Ray O’Connor as he shows you the universe. View the stars, from the gazebo, as they begin to illuminate in the night sky. Discover what constellations are visible and the stories behind them. Park interpreters will provide a shuttle up to the gazebo area. Only flashlights with a red filter are permitted to help preserve night vision.

Meet at the Blockhouse

Join volunteer, Ray O’Connor as he shows you the universe. View the stars, from the gazebo, as they begin to illuminate in the night sky. Discover what constellations are visible and the stories behind them. Park interpreters will provide a shuttle up to the gazebo area. Only flashlights with a red filter are permitted to help preserve night vision.

Meet at Blockhouse Parking Lot

Join volunteer, Ray O’Connor as he shows you the universe. View the stars, from the gazebo, as they begin to illuminate in the night sky. Discover what constellations are visible and the stories behind them. Park interpreters will provide a shuttle up to the gazebo area. Only flashlights with a red filter are permitted to help preserve night vision.

Blockhouse Parking Lot

Join volunteer, Ray O’Connor as he shows you the universe. View the stars, from the gazebo, as they begin to illuminate in the night sky. Discover what constellations are visible and the stories behind them. Park interpreters will provide a shuttle up to the gazebo area. Only flashlights with a red filter are permitted to help preserve night vision.

Meet at Blockhouse Parking Lot

Throughout 2019, each meteor shower’s peak night is on a Monday. Experience the light shown in the sky and discover where each meteor shower get its name from. Bring along a chair or blanket and dress for the weather.
April 22 – Lyrids Meteor Shower
May 6 – Eta Aquairds Meteor Shower
July 29 – Delta Aquarids Meteor Shower
August 12 – Perseids Meteor Shower
October 21 – Orionids Meteor Shower

Blockhouse Parking Lot

Join volunteer, Ray O’Connor as he shows you the universe. View the stars, from the gazebo, as they begin to illuminate in the night sky. Discover what constellations are visible and the stories behind them. Park interpreters will provide a shuttle up to the gazebo area. Only flashlights with a red filter are permitted to help preserve night vision.

Meet at Blockhouse Parking Lot

Throughout 2019, each meteor shower’s peak night is on a Monday. Experience the light shown in the sky and discover where each meteor shower get its name from. Bring along a chair or blanket and dress for the weather.
April 22 – Lyrids Meteor Shower
May 6 – Eta Aquairds Meteor Shower
July 29 – Delta Aquarids Meteor Shower
August 12 – Perseids Meteor Shower
October 21 – Orionids Meteor Shower

Blockhouse Parking Lot

Join volunteer, Ray O’Connor as he shows you the universe. View the stars, from the gazebo, as they begin to illuminate in the night sky. Discover what constellations are visible and the stories behind them. Park interpreters will provide a shuttle up to the gazebo area. Only flashlights with a red filter are permitted to help preserve night vision.

Blockhouse Parking Lot