Meade offers youths OK day in the park

5/1/2014

Meade State Park will have its annual OK Kids Day event on May 10, with no park pass required. The day will include many outdoor activities for everyone to participate in.

Meade State Park will have its annual OK Kids Day event on May 10, with no park pass required. The day will include many outdoor activities for everyone to participate in.

To encourage participation, everyone 8 and older must complete activities on the provided punch card they will receive at registration. Those who complete the activities will have the choice of either a fishing rod/reel combo or a tackle box. Due to the age restrictions of some activities, youths age 7 and younger are automatically eligible for a prize.

Everyone must register. Registration will be taken all day and into the evening on May 9 at the park office and beginning at 8 a.m. May 10. Events will begin at 9 a.m. and continue until about 3 p.m.

The first 300 kids to register will get a free sno-cone voucher to the Shiver Shack in Meade, as well as a 12-ounce drink coupon from Dart In, also located in Meade. Elk and bison burgers and hotdogs will be served for the free lunch.

For more information, call the park office at (620) 873-2572.

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