Janes Island State Park introduces walk the day after Thanksgiving

Take off that turkey during afternoon walk on Black Friday

Posted 11/16/21

CRISFIELD — Janes Island State Park — already known for its annual hosting of First Day Walks on New Year’s Day — introduces the first “Hike that Turkey Off” …

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Janes Island State Park introduces walk the day after Thanksgiving

Take off that turkey during afternoon walk on Black Friday

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CRISFIELD — Janes Island State Park — already known for its annual hosting of First Day Walks on New Year’s Day — introduces the first “Hike that Turkey Off” nature walk 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 26.

“Start a new tradition this year by spending the day after Thanksgiving outdoors at Janes Island State Park,” a parks spokesperson said. “Take in the sights and sounds of fall on a guided hike with a park ranger while burning off that extra slice of pumpkin pie.”

This is a one-hour, one-mile hike over easy, flat trails. Pets are welcomed and must remain on a leash at all times. Dress appropriately for the weather, bring water/snacks, and wear waterproof footwear. Meet at the Janes Island Park Store.

For more information, contact the park office at 410-968-1565. Ranger Christina Carlson said by email “We are working on Janes Island First Day Hike currently.” More details on that as the date nears.