Celebrate Earth Day at Oklahoma State Parks

Reconnect with nature this April at an Earth Day Celebration held at an Oklahoma State Park.

Attend the Earth Day Celebration at Lake Eufaula State Park.

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On Earth Day 2024, all parking fees will be waived at Oklahoma State Parks.

Head to one of Oklahoma's state parks to celebrate Earth Day, an annual event held in support of environmental protection, this April. Five participating parks, including Bernice Area at Grand Lake State Park, Great Plains State Park, Keystone State Park, Lake Eufaula State Park and Sequoyah State Park will host an afternoon of eco-friendly activities in celebration of the environmental holiday. Join in a park clean-up, craft a seed bomb or learn how you can be more eco-conscious during a talk given by park staff. After the celebration, stick around to enjoy all that Oklahoma State Parks have to offer.

As part of the Earth Day Celebration, children under the age of 18 are invited to participate in the Earth Day Art Contest. The contest encourages young artists to craft unique artwork using recycled materials that will then be on display during the celebration.

Earth Day Art Contest requirements:

  • Art must be submitted to one of the five participating parks by 5pm on Friday, April 19th.
  • Participants must be under 18 to enter.
  • Art may not exceed the dimensions 8.5in x 11in.
  • Art must be made from recycled materials.
  • One winner will be chosen from each age group: Ages 5 and under, ages 6-10, ages 11-14, ages 15-17.

Earth Day Celebration Event Details

Details are the same for each participating park. Date: Sunday, April 21st Time: 2pm-4pm Meeting location: Park office Equipment to bring: Garbage collection tools, gloves and comfortable clothing

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