Moonlight Adventure Day
Moonlight Adventure Day provides you and your family with the opportunity to work with the Jack Creek Water Monitoring Project by helping collect data on stream health at Moonlight Basin and combines it with an interactive wildlife education program. The day is divided into 2 sessions, one morning and one afternoon – Water Monitoring and Wildlife Education. Moonlight Adventure Day is FREE (lunch not included – boxes lunches will be available for purchase, or guests can bring their own lunch). Call (406) 995-7600 to reserve your spot today. Space is limited and this program is open to the public.
Guests should be prepared for all weather and plan to bring hiking boots/tennis shoes, sunscreen, bug spray, water bottle and camera. And if they have rubber boots they should bring those too, but not required.
The Jack Creek Project has grown into something great for several organizations and now we want to make it accessible to the general public to come and participate in it. So the goals of
the program are to educate guests about how the water monitoring works and what the findings have been as well as wildlife education and to promote the work of the project that is supported by Moonlight Basin, Jack Creek Preserve Foundation, Madison River Foundation and the Madison Conservation District.