Activity Schedule May 1-16

Saturday, May 1, 2021-
Saturday, May 15, 2021

Saturday, May 1

12-5pm           Healthy Kids Day at Camp Tippecanoe – Visit our booth at Camp Tippecanoe, just down the road on Clendening Lake! Enjoy an exciting afternoon of yummy snacks, cool prizes, and tons of fun activities such as hiking, obstacle courses, archery, family Zumba, and more! Event is FREE & open to the public! YMCA Camp Tippecanoe is located at 81300 Stewart Rd., Tippecanoe, OH 44699.

Sunday, May 2

10am-12pm     Kids & Adult BINGO – Meet in front of the Activity Center, find a marked area, and try your luck at a fun evening of BINGO! Kids BINGO starts at 10am and Adult BINGO at 11am. Prizes will be provided for April BINGO dates. We are accepting donations of prizes for future dates. Please bring pre-packaged, store-bought prizes to BINGO so that we can sanitize the donated prizes and use them in May. Prizes may also be dropped off at the office if you cannot make it to BINGO night.

Friday, May 7

10-11am & 6-7pm         Kids Craft – Meet in front of the Activity Center to plant seeds and make a fun craft that you can watch grow over the next few weeks. You can also give it to mom for Mother’s Day! The same craft will be offer in the morning and the evening. Come to the time that works for you!

Saturday, May 8

10am              Mother’s Day Celebration – Bring your mom to the beach area to make cards and craft for Mother’s Day. All materials will be provided, plus a few yummy snacks! Space is limited and registration is required. Register by Friday morning by calling the park office at 740-922-3649.

6-8pm            Kids & Adult BINGO – Meet in front of the Activity Center, find a marked area, and try your luck at a fun evening of BINGO! Kids BINGO starts at 6pm and Adult BINGO at 7pm. Please bring pre-packaged, store-bought prizes to BINGO so that we can sanitize the donated prizes and use them at future events.  

Saturday, May 15

1-3pm            Bike Safety Rodeo & Helmet Giveaway - May is Bike Helmet Safety Awareness Month and we love seeing kids on bikes throughout the park! We want to make sure everyone is safe while riding. Meet at the volleyball courts. Complete the safety course and receive a FREE bike helmet! Sizes vary and are first come, first served. Helmets were provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the “Put a Lid on It” program!

1-3pm             Vessel Safety Checks – Seasonal campers are invited to bring your boat to the docks for a voluntary safety check. MWCD Rangers will be on site to check the boat for compliance with ODNR boating regulations. This inspection is free and can provide peace of mind that your boat is meeting requirements. If your boat passes, you will receive a decal. If your boat does not pass, no citation is issued at that time. However, you will receive a written report and information on how to correct any issues. Safety checks typically last 15-20 minutes and will be conducted on a first-come, first-served basis.

6-8pm Kids & Adult BINGO – Meet in front of the Activity Center, find a marked area, and try your luck at a fun evening of BINGO! Kids BINGO starts at 6pm and Adult BINGO at 7pm. Please bring pre-packaged, store-bought prizes to BINGO so that we can sanitize the donated prizes and use them at future events.

Sunday, May 16

1-3pm             Vessel Safety Checks – Boaters are invited to bring your boat to the public launch ramp on State Route 250 for a voluntary safety check. MWCD Rangers will be on site to check the boat for compliance with ODNR boating regulations. This inspection is free and can provide peace of mind that your boat is meeting requirements. If your boat passes, you will receive a decal. If your boat does not pass, no citation is issued at that time. However, you will receive a written report and information on how to correct any issues. Safety checks typically last 15-20 minutes and will be conducted on a first-come, first-served basis.




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