Become a Virtual Park Ranger at Tuttle Creek!

Discover the wonders of Tuttle Creek with a self-guided experiences.  QR codes are posted on signs at stations around the lake. Use a barcode scanner on your smart phone to read the QR codes.  Virtual rangers will provide information at each station.   

The self-guided experience will change with each season to offer a new experience to highlight what is happening around the lake.– Check back in the Spring for a new experience.   


BALD EAGLES.  Visit the locations at the map below and scan the QR codes to learn fun and interesting facts about Bald Eagles.  If you are lucky you might even see one in the wild. Eagle viewing map

Before you start your adventure lets take a few quick moments to talk about eagle viewing etiquette. 

            Warning: Harassing, disturbing or injuring a bald eagle is a federal offense and carries a penalty of up to $10,000 and/or one year in jail. Remember that bald eagles should remain undisturbed, and it is important that they conserve energy during the winter months.

            Keep your distance

            Use binoculars or scopes

            Don’t intentionally make an eagle fly

            Be calm and quiet, repeated disturbances can result in Eagles abandoning the area 


       Station 1 - Welcome (Outlet Park near shelter one)



Station 2- What's for dinner?- Diet (Outlet Park parking area above outlet on East)



Station 3- Where are the eagles? Spotting (Observation Point)



Station 4- Where shall we raise the kids?- Nesting (Tuttle Creek State Park, permit required)



Station 5- What was that noise?- Calls (Tuttle Creek State Park, permit required)