Hike along a portion of the Price Lake Trail and visit these colored zones to discover just a few of the stories this park has to tell.
have bright pink, purple, or white flowers. Leaves are about the length of an adult hand.
have five-sided flowers with pink stamens. Leaves are about the length of adult finger.
Q. Which of these plants is NOT an evergreen?
Q. To what body of water does the Mississippi River flow?
Funky Tree Trunks
Mushrooms are only a small part of the entire fungus. It is the "fruit" of the fungus. Mushrooms come in many shapes and sizes.
Lichen is an organism formed by algae and fungus combined. It can be flat, leafy, or even stringy. Lichens come a wide variety of colors.
Q. Which of these organisms is NOT part of a lichen?
Ferns reproduce with bundles of spores (called sori) that grow on the leaflets instead of seeds.
Clubmosses are a group of plants that are closely related to ferns and reproduce with spores.
Q. What other organism uses spores to reproduce?
Q. Which mineral makes beavers' teeth strong and gives them a 'rusty' orange color?
Bonus Wildlife Roundup!
Turtles are cold-blooded and need to sit in the sun to warm their body. Can you find a turtle sunning itself?
The Lake is home to many types of birds. Ducks swim, osprey soar overhead, and herons wade in the shallows.
The most common snake here is the northern water snake. Their color ranges from black to patterned. Look for them swimming.
American bullfrogs are the most common here. You might see them leap into water, startled as you walk by the lake shore.
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