The Gobble Wobble - Autumn Hike

Event Details

The Gobble Wobble - Autumn Hike

Time: November 19, 2016 from 11am to 2pm
Location: The Rotary Camp Park
Street: 719 Camp Cardinal Blvd
City/Town: Coralville
Website or Map:…
Phone: 319-358-2542
Event Type: autumn, hike
Organized By: Judith E. Joyce
Latest Activity: Nov 9, 2016

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Event Description

Please join Take A Kid Outdoors (TAKO) on Saturday, November 19h rain or shine for our annual Gobble Wobble! Risa Dotson Eicke, local nature enthusiast, will lead a 1 mile hike around the Rotary Camp Park.  The hikers will be challenged to shout "Gobble Gobble" every time they see something cool on the hike. After the hike, we will have a free lunch and a camp fire to roast marshmallows.


 Lunch will be served at noon and we will have some roasted pumpkin seeds to share! Please bring help us reduce waste by bringing a water bottle, plates, silverware and other lunch items.


Participants should dress to get muddy.  Dress in layers and be prepared for a range of weather conditions. Bring a hat, work gloves, sunglasses, sunscreen, , drinking water, and any other items you may need to be comfortable in the outdoors. Participants are encouraged to bring a digital camera and/or binoculars.  You may also bring a roasting stick!


This event is FREE and OPEN to the public.  Advance registration is requested, but not required.  Questions about the event can be directed to TAKO Executive Director, Judy Joyce at (319)-358-2542 or by e-mail at .

The Rotary Camp Park can be accessed from Camp Cardinal Boulevard.  Parking and registration will be at the The Tom Harkin Trailhead (formerly the Camp Cardinal Trailhead) located on the north side of Clear Creek, just east of Camp Cardinal Boulevard. The approximate address is 719 CAMP CARDINAL BLVD, CORALVILLE, IOWA. 

Parking is limited so please consider walking, biking or taking the bus to the event

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