Pullen Park offers free, winter-themed, drop-in programs for families
Pullen Park has a series of outdoor drop-in programs at Pullen Park. These don't require registration and are free.Posted — Updated
Winter Nature Walks
These self-guided nature walks take place on weekdays in January. Pick up a guide book with nature activities. You'll learn about scat and tracks from park animals with a matching game. Participants can earn a prize.
Snowflake Scavenger Hunt
There's no snow yet, but you can take part in a snowflake hunt around the park. Collect letters on each clue to uncover a magic word and receive a prize. It takes place weekdays in January.
The Yeti Hunt
On weekends in January, search for Yeti, who is hidden somewhere at Pullen. Just follow his footsteps and enjoy a Yeti-themed take-home crafts and Yeti storytime at 11 a.m., 2 p.m., and 4 p.m.
Howl at the Moon
In the park's Island Gazebo from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Jan. 27 and Jan. 28, learn about wolves while sitting around a campfire. The Raleigh Fire Department will be providing real fire pits while you learn about wolves and fire safety.
Pullen is at 520 Ashe Ave.
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