VICTOR TWP. — Sleepy Hollow State Park is hosting Archery in the Park this summer.
The program, geared for youth ages 5 and up, is an introduction to archery.
The program begins June 17 and run through Aug. 12. Sessions run from 6 to 8 p.m. each Monday evening.
All equipment is provided and there is no pre-registration required or cost to attend the event. However, each vehicle entering the park must have a recreation passport. If you do not have one, it may be purchased at the park upon entry. The cost is $16 for vehicles registered in Michigan.
The archery range is located a quarter-mile inside the main entrance of the park across, the street from the east picnic area. Park at the picnic area and proceed across the street following the signs to the range.
If you have any further questions, please contact Jamie Shaw, outreach coordinator, or Michelle Trowbridge, park ranger at the park at (517) 651-6217.
Sleepy Hollow is located at 7835 E. Price Road in Laingsburg, approximately 7 miles southeast of St. Johns and approximately 30 minutes north of Lansing.