Druid Hill Park
Pink Moon Hike
Sunday, April 29
9:00 pm to 11:00 pm
According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, the April full moon is known as the Pink Moon because it marked the appearance of a flower called the moss pink, or phlox. That's likely a Native American tradition because phlox is common in North America and Siberia.
Join the volunteers from the Druid Hill Farmers Market as we host a night hike in Druid Hill Park.
Have you ever heard of the “Back Hills” in Druid Hill Park? Well, this is your chance to hike the Jones Falls Trail that runs through Druid Hill Park, as well as the old roads that travel along the back side of The Maryland Zoo after dark! This walk is roughly a 5 mile loop on paved surfaces with several hills.
Please come dressed for the weather and bring water and a snack.We will meet in front of the Rawlings Conservatory located in Druid Hill Park.
**This hike includes significant walking.
$10.00 per person - all proceeds benefit the Free Programs at the Druid Hill Farmers Market.
Online registration is closed. On site regiatration is available starting at 8:45 pm (location - outside the Rawlings Conservatory).
2018 Friends of Druid Hill Park Pink Moon Hike/Walk Registration