3rd Annual Samburg Memorial Day Celebration!! May 27, 2017

TRAPSHOOT, PONTOON CRUISES, CANOE RIDES, CONCESSIONS, MUSIC AND FIREWORKS!!!

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Rededication of the Tennessee/National Society Daughters of the American Colonist Historical Marker at Spicer Park at 11am


TWRA Trap Shoot: Begins at 1:30 @ Southshore Boat Ramp with 5 shooting stations, 25 shots. 1st, 2nd 3rd place Winners. No Entry Fee!!!

Youth Division: 10 to 16 years

Adult Division: Male and Female

7 ½ to 8 shot, Bring your ammunition and ear/ eye protection. No 10 gauges


Canoe Rides for Youth

Reelfoot U.S. Fish and Wildlife and Friends of Reelfoot Lake, will offer Canoe Rides for youth , 3pm to 6pm on the Lakefront.

 


EAGLE PRESENTATION AT 6:30PM BY DAVID HAGGARD Reelfoot Lake has over 35 Resident Nesting Eagle’s

Reelfoot Lake State Park

 


 

COLOR GUARD AND SALUTE TO OUR VETERANS WILL BEGIN AT 6PM. SEVERAL AREA VETERANS WILL RECEIVE SPECIAL RECOGNITION. ALL VETERANS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND!!!

MUSIC BY DUSTIN HAMLIN & DUSTIN HAMLIN BAND BEGINNING AT 6PM

 


SUNSET FIREWORKS CRUISE BY REELFOOT LAKE STATE PARK!
Book your spot now!!!  731-253-9652

Cruises will leave Reelfoot Lake State Park and Cruise the Lake until they reach the perfect spot to view the Fireworks at 9 pm!


CONCESSIONS WILL BE PROVIDED BY WALK OF HOPE!!!

PYROFIRE DISPLAYS, FROM SOUTHHAVEN, MS.  WILL BE HANDLING OUR FIREWORKS AGAIN THIS YEAR!!

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Free guided canoe trips

canoe trips at Reelfoot LakeEach year the Reelfoot NWR offers free guided canoe trips as part of their “Winding Through the Wetland” series.  These canoe trips are offered once a month from April-October, and allows you to explore remote areas of the refuge.  From open water, to cypress swamps, to narrow trails, these canoe trips offer a variety of sights and opportunities for photographs!  Animals commonly seen during canoe trips are waterfowl, eagles, tree frogs, great blue herons, great egrets, etc.  Check their website to find out more; https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Reelfoot/

 

MainStreet – “Reelfoot Wildlife Refuge”

Reelfoot Lake in Western Kentucky is home to thousands of birds, and the Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge. Winter is one of the best seasons to see hundreds of thousands of birds that use the sanctuary as a stopping off point for their migratory journey. Drew Wirwa, the Wildlife Manager, gave us a glimpse of those birds and the beautiful place called Reelfoot Lake.

Thousands of Geese Take Flight Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge

Thousands of migratory geese take flight simultaneously at Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge. Reelfoot Lake, located in Tennessee was created by the strongest series of earthquakes in the recorded history of the United States during 1811-1812. The refuge was created in 1941 and serves as a wintering ground for migratory waterfowl and bald eagles.