What is a First Day Hike? First Day Hikes are part of a nationwide initiative led by America’s State Parks to encourage people to get outdoors. On New Year’s Day, hundreds of free, guided hikes will be organized in all 50 states. Kids and adults all across America will be participating in First Day Hikes, getting their hearts pumping and enjoying the beauty of your natural places. Last year nearly 28,000 people rang in the New Year, collectively hiking over 66,000 miles throughout the country!
First Day Hikes are led by knowledgeable staff and volunteers. The distance and rigor vary from park to park, but all hikes aim to create a fun experience for the whole family. People are invited to savor the beauty of the state park’s natural resources with the comfort of an experienced guide so they may be inspired to take advantage of these local treasures throughout the year.
Your guided hike will be led by Jeanene Arrington-Fisher - Owner and Lead Guide of Not a Clue Adventures Starting at 2 pm and we will hike for approximately 1-1.5 hours
This year we are guiding a hike at Brooker Creek Headwaters Preserve in Lutz, Florida off of Ramble Road and Van Dyke. PLEASE DO NOT GO TO WRONG LOCATION.
Please take a moment to register at http://notaclueadventures.com/information/reserve-an-outing/ so we have a full count attending and please cancel your reservation if something changes in your schedule so we are not all left waiting if you are not able to make it.