Whether you're planning a field trip or an official group visit to Lula Lake Land Trust, we offer many educational opportunities. Check out the guide below for more information. Email our Community Engagement Coordinator, Daniel, at email@example.com if you have specific questions or want to book a visit.
We offer an outdoor space for teacher-guided learning.
Timing and Structure
At minimum, field trips require 2.5 hours. Getting students unloaded and prepared for the hike can take anywhere from 10-20 minutes. They will be greeted by a staff member of Lula Lake Land Trust and given an introduction to “what a land trust is” and answer any questions. The walk to the lake & falls takes an average of 30 minutes one-way. Students can spend about an hour exploring Lula Lake and Lula Falls. If taking part in the scavenger hunt, it will be done along the gravel road on the way to the lake and the falls. If taking part in a lesson, it will add approximately 30 minutes to your time. Lunch time is on your schedule, but for most groups, lunch typically takes about 30-45 minutes.
Lula Lake can accommodate buses, vans, and cars for chaperones. Further instructions will be provided upon scheduling.
We do not provide lunch, but we do have picnic tables.
There is no cost, but donations are appreciated.
As we are not a park, we do not have any safety barriers. Proper footwear, proper attire, and plenty of water are strongly encouraged. We prefer to have no more than 40 students at a time, but exceptions can be made.
Make a Reservation
Email Daniel@lulalake.org to schedule your trip.