A parent/child trip for fourth & fifth grade families.
Explore unique features that make the Ozark Mountain region a national treasure while making memories with your child that will last a lifetime. This trip is open to all students in grades 4 or 5, including those who attend private or parochial schools.
Designed to highlight many of the Earth Science curricular topics, this two day/one night trip will extend learning beyond the classroom by providing an active and engaging experience for both parent and child. Led by certified Rockwood teachers and staff, the trip will offer the following opportunities:
- Discover the unique geological heritage of southern Missouri
- Investigate the St. Francis River at Millstream Gardens
- Participate in a program at Johnson Shut-Ins led by a State Park Naturalist
- Embark on a self-led hike through Elephant Rocks State Park
- Spend the night at the Shepherd Mountain Inn and Suites
- Enjoy an evening program at the Battle of Pilot Knob State Historical Site
- Enjoy a campfire with s’mores followed by a night hike
NEW THIS YEAR:
We will spend Saturday night at the Shepherd Mountain Inn & Suites.
Get a sneak peek at what you'll see on Ozark Rocks
September 14-15, 2019 OR September 28-29, 2019
Bus departs at 8 a.m. on day one and is scheduled to return by 5:30 p.m. on day two.
$179 per person
Fee includes all supplies, equipment, lodging, activities, transportation by charter bus and meals.
For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 636-891-6644.
About the Graffiti on Elephant Rocks
On this trip, you and your child will learn interesting facts about the regions, including the markings on the rocks and what they mean.
Hear about a the experience of a mother and daughter on the Ozark Rocks trip.