Kid Stuff
in Raystown Country

DCNR Kids Page  - Bugs 'n Galls, Insects...What Good Are They Anyway? and more, Become a Junior Naturalist

Educational Resources at Raystown Lake: Raystown Lake offers numerous specialty programs for area students. Field trips to the lake may also be scheduled by individual classrooms, schools, or school districts. For more information regarding our on-site school programs, contact Ranger Norrice King, via email or by phone at 814-658-6812.

Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum, Altoona, Pennsylvania, All Aboard for Children, a hands-on learning & play center designed specifically for little railroaders.

Southern Alleghenies Museum Of Art At Altoona, 1210 - 11th Ave., (Across from the Post Office), Altoona (814) 946-4464 Outstanding Photography And Paintings; Other Locations In Loretto And Johnstown; Open Mon. - Fri. 10am - 4pm, Sat. 11am - 3pm

Stone Mountain Adventures Camp for 12-16 year olds

Planning Kids Trips -

Coloring and activity books from the U.S. Coast Guard

The Story of the Actual Smokey Bear -

Poetry Contest -

The Story of the Actual Smokey Bear

Common Trees of PA -

Important Insect and Disease Pests of Pennsylvania Forests -

Forest & Ecology Conservation Camp -
The program is open to any student who has completed 5th, 6th, 7th, or 8th grades. Students must show a strong desire to learn. 

Pennsylvania Geological Survey - Pennsylvania Topographic & Geologic Survey

PA Outdoor Unique Features -

Forest Fire Protection -


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