Sand Sculptures at Pokagon State Park this weekend

From the 2013 Pokagon and sculptures (Photo courtesy Indiana Department of Natural Resources)
From the 2013 Pokagon and sculptures (Photo courtesy Indiana Department of Natural Resources)

ANGOLA, Ind. (WANE)  Pokagon State Park’ sand sculpturing demonstration onto the park’s main beach continue Sunday. While anyone is invited to create their own sand art on the beach, there is also a group of families that make the sculptures every summer.

Photos | 2014 Sand Sculptures 

From the 2013 Pokagon and sculptures (Photo courtesy Indiana Department of Natural Resources)
From the 2013 Pokagon and sculptures (Photo courtesy Indiana Department of Natural Resources)

The Michigan Sand Sculptors are a group of families that vacation in the park every summer, they will be creating their sand art in the park this weekend. Pokagon State Park said the group will create several sculptures within a roped off area.

Contests for all participants will be held on Sunday afternoon, between 1 and 3 p.m.

The park beach is open sunrise to sunset, while the bathhouse and beach concession stand open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

There is a normal park entrance fee on weekends of $5 for in-state vehicles and $7 for out of state vehicles. Entry to the beach is free.

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