As the weather grows slowly, oh so slowly, warmer we often look for activities to get the entire family outside after a long winter in doors. Sunshine, fresh air, open spaces, activities, and learning opportunities are all available at the seventh annual Howell Woodstock event on Saturday, April 18th.
Howell Woodstock offers many free, fun activities for the family from 1 until 8 p.m., including fishing, hayrides, environmental educational programs, star gazing, nature walks, live music, and a bonfire with s ’mores. Kids can enjoy recreational activities like a rock climbing wall and inflatables with local food and drink vendors on hand throughout the day.
“This year marks our seventh Woodstock event, and we are excited to once again be offering this family-fun day out at Howell Woods,” says Jordan Astoske, Director. “This is such a beautiful time of year on the Howell Woods property, and we hope folks will come out and bring their families and have a great time with us.”
Visitors to the area the weekend of the 18th are encouraged to attend. You can even bring a fishing pole and tent as event attendees are invited to fish and camp for free. Whether you're looking for a day trip opportunity or a family camping excursion, put Howell Woodstock on your calendar.
Howell Woods is a unique 2,800-acre natural resource located at 6601 Devil’s Racetrack Road in the Bentonville community of southeastern Johnston County. Programs, activities, and other recreation experiences are offered at Howell Woods at other times of the year during spring, summer, and fall. Continue to check their website below for additional information regarding everything they have to offer both locals and visitors to Johnston County.
Howell Woodstock will be held rain or shine. For more information about the event and Howell Woods, please call (919) 938-0115 or visit www.johnstoncc.edu/howellwoods.