May family events at Sleepy Hollow State Park (MI) include hikes, geocaching, archery

Michigan's Sleepy Hollow State Park is offering many events for families to enjoy during the month of May.

Sunday, May 5: Morning hike with bird lesson 
Outreach Coordinator Michelle Trowbridge will be leading the following programs:
Meet at 10 a.m. at the East Picnic Area. Lasting approximately one hour, this program will provide bird identification and discussion.

Sunday, May 12: Geocaching expedition 
Want to try your hand as a treasure hunter? Bring the family out to try geocaching, a modern-day treasure hunt using handheld GPS units. Meet at 1 p.m. at the East Picnic Area. GPS units will be provided.

Sunday, May 19: Morning hike with Sleepy Hollow State Park history lesson 
Meet at 10 a.m. at the beach parking lot. Program will last approximately one hour.

Saturday, May 25: Archery in the park 
If you or your children have ever wanted to try archery, now is the time. All equipment will be provided to participants. Park at the East Picnic Area and follow the signs across the main road to the archery range.

All of the programs are free to attend; however, all vehicles entering the park must have a valid Recreation Passport for entry.

Sleepy Hollow State Park is located at 7835 E. Price Rd. in Laingsburg, Mich. The park is six miles east of U.S. 127 (via exit 91), and 25 minutes north of Lansing.