Lone Elk Park LbNA # 53295
|Placed Date||Apr 29 2010|
|Found By||Explorer Girls |
|Last Update||Feb 9 2013 |
Lone Elk Park is one of our family's favorite places to go to relax and enjoy the world around us. Lone Elk is a drive-through nature sanctuary with plenty of places to picnic, hike, and relax. We have hidden three stamps for you to find -- the last box is the only box that contains a logbook.
Upon entering Lone Elk Park, you will see a large tower on the left side of the road near the red donation box. Park your car in the spaces provided, then stand at the bottom of the staircase. Take approximately 15 steps to the left, and you will find a tree stump. Your first treasure awaits!
For your next prize, drive all the way around the lake and park at the visitor's center. There are several trees to the right of the building. One of those trees appears to have four trunks! In the brush behind the tree is where you will find the next stamp!
For the final prize, continue driving on the same road, and enter the bison area. Follow the signs to the Foley Shelter. After parking, walk to the far right corner of the shelter. Look to your right, and locate the tree shaped like the letter "Y." The final stamp is located at the bottom of that tree. We hope you enjoyed Lone Elk Park, and we'd love to hear about your adventure there!