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Last Night Fishing Event of the Summer


Tonight is the last chance this year to hook into a big one under the nearly-full moon on Little Seneca Lake at Black Hills Regional Park.

Wednesday, Sept. 10 will be the last night fishing event at the lake. Anglers may fish late into the evening from the shore or in boats. However, you must bring your own boat, rental boats will not be available after normal hours. All boats must be off the lake and out of the park by midnight, and park police enforce the midnight deadline.

All boats must have operational navigational lights, no exceptions. All state and Montgomery County Parks/M-NCPPC fishing rules and regulations will be enforced. For more information call 301-528-3466. Black Hill Regional Park is located at 20920 Lake Ridge Drive in Boyds.

Also at Black Hills Regional Park this week, on Thursday night is the Bat & Beavers Pontoon Boat Cruise, from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. The sunset cruise will search for beaver lodges feeding sites and beavers. The guided tour will also search for feeding bats as the sun sets. Register at ParkPass.org the course is 292149. Meet at the pontoon boat dock. For ages six and up, $7 per person, $6 for Friends of Black Hills.

On Saturday, Sept. 13, the park will host Leaf Designs from 10:00 am to 11:00 am at the Visitors Center. Children ages five to 10 can create designs with leaves. Register at ParkPASS.org, course 29222. The cost if $5 per participant or $4 for Friends of Black Hills.

On Sunday, Sept. 14, residents can explore the ruins and remnants of Black Hills Regional Park with the Hick Into Yesterday. This is a two-mile walk a through the remains of grist mills and gold mines, dynamite and dairy farms which once occupied the area of Black Hills Regional Park. Hear old stories and walk country roads from the past three-hundred years all in one place. Register at ParkPASS.org, course number 292249 for ages 12 and up, the cost is $7 per person or $6 for Friends of Black Hills.

Photo Credit Alexis Gerard.