Digital Photography Workshop offered at City of Rocks National Reserve
ALMO (July 6, 2014) – Just in time for peak autumn colors, City of Rocks National Reserve is hosting a digital photography workshop on September 19‐21. Professional photographer Glenn Oakley will provide 14 hours of outdoor and classroom instruction.
Workshop participants will stay two nights in Castle Rocks State Park in their choice of bunkhouse, yurt, or serviced campsite. Friday evening through Sunday breakfast meals are included in the $259 workshop fee.
Participants may register by calling the Park Superintendent at 208‐824‐5911, or by emailing Wallace_Keck@partner.nps.gov to receive a registration packet. You can also request one by mail by writing: Photography Workshop; PO Box 169; Almo, ID 83312.
City of Rocks National Reserve and Castle Rocks State Park offer stunning scenery, towering granite spires, abundant wildlife, Idaho’s largest pinyon pine woodland, and historic emigrant trails and inscriptions.
The parks are located 50 miles south of Burley, near the gateway community of Almo. The visitor center and headquarters are open daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through October 18.