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General Information Reservations Dates fill up quickly, so schedule field trips well in advance of your visit. The size of your group determines the amount of the deposit, and we will apply the deposit to the final cost of the program.
We will send a confirmation letter to your group. You must pay the balance of the cost for the program on the date of the field trip. This will enable us to offer a field trip to another group on our waiting list.
Please allow six to eight weeks to receive a refund. Group Size and Chaperones There is a minimum of 10 participants. The maximum is stated for each program. We require that there be at least one adult for every 10 students ages 6 and over.
One chaperone for every 10 students, ages 6 and up, receives complimentary admission. For children ages 5 and younger, one adult for every five students is required. The chaperones, not the instructors, are responsible for the conduct, discipline, and safety of their group. Tour Length and Fee Fees vary depending on the program.
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Some special programs also include additional costs for materials, environmental boat tours, and exhibit hall tours. To ensure that your students receive a full tour, please arrive on time. Notify us immediately if there will be a delay in arrival time.
Dress Participants will be outside, so have them dress appropriately for the weather. Closed-toe shoes are required. Shorts, pants, old shoes, and play clothes are recommended because the students will be hiking and may get dirty during some of the activities. Make sure students have sun protection, water, hats, and insect repellent.
We also request that each participant have a securely attached name tag to increase interaction between instructors and participants. Individuals With Special Needs Our park staff will make every effort to meet your group's program needs. When making a reservation for your program, please inform park staff of any special needs or considerations.
Requests for auxiliary aids for communication must be made at the time of your reservation. Picnics Shelters and picnic tables are available at most sites on a first-come, first-served basis. Shelter reservations are available for a fee. Check with the park of your choice for more information.
Bring your own lunches and drinks. Some sites have soda machines available. Restrooms and drinking fountains are located in park buildings and some of the corporate shelters. Please keep our parks clean and litter-free for other visitors and park wildlife. Loud noises keep animals in hiding and reduce your chance of seeing them.Where Salvation, Separation, and Serving are Expected.
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