WOW registration opens July 10

Lake Metigoshe State Park is hosting their fall Wild Outdoor Women event September 13-15, 2019. WOW events are primarily for ladies over the age of 16 who are looking to learn or improve on skills associated with several outdoor recreational activities. Women of all skill levels are encouraged to register. This event will give participants the opportunity to try new recreational activities, gain confidence, try out equipment, refine skills or simply meet other outdoor enthusiasts.

Some of the activities and topics scheduled include archery, OHV safety, geocaching, kayaking, canoeing, survival, traps & trapping, making hiking sticks, fur crafting, shed hunting, Dutch oven cooking and more!

Activities allow the time necessary for participants to try out equipment, learn various methods and develop skills related to each activity. Due to the equipment involved and the hands-on nature of the activities, a limited number of participants will be allowed to register for each of the activities.

Participants can choose the number of sessions and the activities they would like to participate in. Session fees range from $10-$90 and depend upon the activities and costs involved. Lodging within the Lake Metigoshe State Park dorm facilities will be available for $10/night. Meals are also optional and available for $7, $9 and $12 for breakfast, lunch and supper respectively. Ladies can participate on the level they so choose, making the event affordable for those potentially on a budget as well as those that may just want to participate in a portion of the event.

Online registration will open on July 10 at noon via www.ticketleap.com; registration closes Aug. 16 at 12 a.m. Ladies that want to attend with friends or family need to coordinate a time to register individually to increase the odds of getting into the same sessions and activities.

Event details can be found via the North Dakota Parks & Recreation Department website. Lake Metigoshe State Park is located 14 miles northeast of Bottineau along the Lake Loop Road, just off of Highway 43.