Hosted by Polk County Conservation, the Great Outdoors Foundation, and Cumulus Media this family friendly-event is fun for all ages! This year's Glow Wild will be held at the brand new Jester Park Nature Center. There will be live music, fun programs, canoeing, hiking, signature bonfire, glow-in-the-dark climbing wall, and many more fun activities throughout the evening.
things to do
With this year's Glow Wild being held at the new Jester Park Nature Center, the sky's the limit! Get ready for even more fun activities, including live music, a glow-in-the-dark rock wall, s'mores roasting, hiking, canoeing, and more!
show off your skills on the rock wall
Listen to live music | Headlining band to be announced july 2
roast s'mores (for free) with friends
make it a weekend and purchase camping tickets
explore other activities along the trails
new to 2018
A camping element has been added to the 2018 Glow Wild event!
Camping passes will be valid per-tent. Each person who will be staying in your tent will need to purchase a Glow Wild ticket to camp. The maximum number of people per tent is 5. Any additional tents will need to purchase a second $25 camping ticket. *Must purchase a Glow Wild ticket to camp.