People from here and there enjoying activities during Discover Almost Isle


The fun continues on the peninsula as Discover Almost Isle continues.

Learn more about the success of the event so far.

Families from all over are enjoying the week-long celebration and what Almost Isle has to offer.

The annual multi-day celebration shines a spotlight on Almost Isle through family-friendly educational activities.

“We had a good start to the week. As you know, Discover Almost Isle is now a week-long celebration of all things Almost Isle, from education to recreation. So many great things are happening here on the peninsula,” said Jon DeMarco, Discover Almost Isle.

From archery, canoeing, lighthouse tours and a conservation exhibit, families come from all over to enjoy the park.

“Lots of people, and Almost Isle has always been busy during the summer if the weather is good. So it’s good to have this event and have people experience things that they don’t usually experience,” DeMarco said.

The UPMC Sunset Music series on Beach 11 has been very popular. This event will end on July 27.

“The UPMC Sunset Music Series has been a huge hit. From two live bands playing every night to extended swim hours, food trucks, hula-hoop lessons, it’s just a great mid-week break for you to enjoy. the family comes out,” DeMarco said.

DeMarco said they had between 1,500 and 3,000 people at each sunset show.

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Discover Almost Isle will end this weekend. Click here for a full list of activities.


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