About this Event

Admission: Free

Meeting Place: Amphitheater

Historically this area was home to several Native American tribes. Nature was and still is for many Native Americans a big part of what makes up their culture. We will look at a small bit of nature that helped shape many of the cultural artifacts of many of the tribes from this area. We will explore the many meanings snakes had for Native Americans and how they were incorporated into everyday life. You will learn about the characteristics that made these snakes feared and revered. Join a park interpreter at the amphitheater and meet some of these creatures.

June 23, 2013 @ 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Slithery Symbols Lake Dardanelle State Park

Contact Us

(479) 967-5516

Lake Dardanelle State Park
100 State Park Drive
Russellville, AR  72802

 GPS: 35.283041, -93.203093
Add to Outlook Calendar   Add to Google Calendar
Related Brochures

Explore Lake Dardanelle State Park with our helpful maps and brochures! Just click on an icon to view, or right-click on your mouse to save a copy to your computer.