Kayaking obstacle course, free admission at MacArthur Park Saturday

Kai, a young, female loggerhead turtle, greets visitors to MacArthur Beach State Park in her tank in front of the gift shop. She will be released when she grows large enough. (Sarah Peters/The Palm Beach Post)

Kai, a young, female loggerhead turtle, greets visitors to MacArthur Beach State Park in her tank in front of the gift shop. She will be released when she grows large enough. (Sarah Peters/The Palm Beach Post)

The sunny, 75-degree weather Saturday will be perfect for hitting the beach, and MacArthur Beach State Park has just the festival for you.

The park at 10900 Jack Nicklaus Drive is having its annual NatureScaping festival 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 4. Admission to the park will be free.

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The festival will have a kayak obstacle course, paddle boarding, live music, live animal shows and a food truck invasion. Larry Wood, a hawksbill sea turtle researcher, will be a guest speaker. There will be a photo contest.

Native plants will be for sale, as usual.

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