Candy Land has Gone Wild game runs through Jan. 1
Oct 23, 2018 01:08PM
Northeast Ohio’s “wildest” holiday tradition, Candy Land has Gone Wild, returns to thrill families! Visitors become game pieces on the life-sized game board designed like the iconic board game Candy Land. As they draw cards and move along the board from space to space, they will embark on a journey through an enchanted display and discover nature’s gifts throughout the seasons.
Candy Land has gone Wild is free for everyone! The game is played inside the Nature Center at Penitentiary Glen Reservation. The game is open from noon to 5 pm daily through January 1, 2019, with the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve when the exhibit is closed.
Continue your adventure with hands-on activities both indoors and out:
- �Enjoy scavenger hunts, an all-new s’more-nament craft and seasonal activity pages.
- Reminisce with vintage holiday and Mr. Jingeling memorabilia from the Halle Department Store era. Historical note: The property and Nature Center building were once part of the Halle family summer home and working farm.
- �Sit, relax and enjoy hot beverages in Snowshoe Lodge.
- Check out The Nature Store for great nature- and wildlife-inspired holiday gift ideas. Snacks and beverages also available for purchase.
- Watch and listen for wildlife at the bird feeders in the Nature Center’s Window on Wildlife.
- Visit the Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center to learn about and meet native Ohio wildlife up close, including an opossum, a bald eagle and other birds of prey.
- Explore more than 8.5 miles of hiking trails; open year round.
- Take an adventurous walk through the park on snowshoes (rentals available through the season with at least 4” of snow and as weather permits).
- Train rides 1 to 3 pm, December 1 (weather permitting)
- Saturday Campfires with s’mores: 1 to 3 pm
- Saturday animal chats: 1 pm and 3 pm
- Sunday wildlife keeper chats: 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm