Discover Nature Lee State Park
Lee State Park’s educational focus is building a foundation for long-term protection of the natural resources of the State Scenic Lynches River and its associated hardwood floodplain forest. Students who visit Lee State Park sample water from the Lynches River and associated wetlands. Here they discover aquatic organisms, investigate water quality, debate water issues and develop data collection and analysis skills.
Laura Kirk, Interpretive Ranger
- Aquatic Animal Adaptations - 4th grade
- Freshwater Pond Food Chains - 3rd grade
- Quizzical about Water Quality - 5th grade
- Freshwater Ecology - 6th grade
- 1-25 students $40
- 26-40 students $80
- 41-60 students $120
How to Book
Call or email Laura Kirk, Lee’s Interpretive Ranger.
Reservations can be made year-round for Lee State Park for the current school year or the upcoming year.
We request at least one chaperone per 10 students.
Directions to Field Trip Location
Take exit 123 off I-20. Drive 1 mile north to park entrance. Turn left into Lee State Park. Drive 1 mile down entrance road to 4-way stop. Take left, staying on paved road. This will end in a circular parking lot in the park’s day use area. The Interpretive Ranger will meet you in the parking lot.
Lee State Park has the following facilities: outdoor classroom, freshwater ponds, wetlands, ADA wetland boardwalk, indoor wet lab, covered picnic shelters and modern restrooms.
We do not have food available for purchase but we have a drink machine located outside of the Education Building along with a water fountain.
What to Wear
Dress for the weather and wear closed-toe shoes.
Bring bug repellent, sunscreen and a first-aid kit.