Please be aware: Federal regulations require that any time a horse crosses state lines, a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (aka Health Certificate) is required. This can be either a 30 day certificate or an Extended Equine Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (EECVI), which has a duration of six months.
Loop Road is open to all traffic, including vehicles.
Day use area, trails and Loop Road open 9 a.m. to sunset, daily.
11 a.m.- noon, Su-M 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Tu-Sa.
Pets are allowed in most outdoor areas provided they are kept under physical restraint or on a leash not longer than six feet.
Researching a project and location for a Gold Award or an Eagle Scout Award?
Lee State Park HAS BOTH! Park Rangers have created a list of projects needed at the park.
Project #1 Basking Turtle Platforms
These are small platforms made of wood and PVC. The platforms will need to be anchored to the pond bottom. Our turtles will crawl out on these platforms to sunbathe and it creates an easy way for park staff and volunteers to complete turtle surveys. The platforms will help the park staff learn more about the size and different species of turtles that use our waterbodies.
Project #2 Pollinator Garden at the Environmental Education Center
There is a big sunny spot right by the park’s Environmental Education Center that would be perfect as an educational pollinator garden habitat—a place for pollinators and a place to teach people how to create their own pollinator habitat at home.
Project #3 Trail Organization
This project covers the inventory, renaming and remarking of all the park’s hiking trails, equestrian trails and multi-use trails. Lee has a great problem—a lot of trails! There are so many trails that we have run out of colors for designating different trails from one another. Our park needs to move to a letter/number system to accommodate the varied trails we have. Also, by using a letter/number system, colorblind individuals will be able to navigate the trails much easier.
Project #4 ADA Picnic Tables
This project is the construction of wheelchair accessible picnic tables. These tables are a basic design with the plank table top extended a couple of feet on one side to create wheelchair accessible seating.
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