On Saturday, visitors to Utah's state parks will find entry fees waived. Special fees, such as golf and camping fees, however, will remain in place during Free State Park Day.

There will also be a number of events being presented on Saturday:

• Camp Floyd State Park will hold Camp Floyd Day — 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Experience reenactments, encampments, storytelling, stagecoach rides, firearm and cannon demonstrations, marches, drills, period games and photos in period uniform. 801-768-8932.

• Wasatch Mountain State Park will hold a llama walk. This is a four-hour, moderate-to-difficult hike with llamas along the Sundance Horse Flat Loop. Hike includes a lunch stop, so bring a lunch. Meet at 9 a.m. at the visitor center. 435-654-1791.

• Antelope Island State Park will hold a bird walk. Fall means migration for many songbirds. Park naturalists will guide an early morning bird walk through Garr Ranch. Meet at the ranch museum at 9 a.m. 801-721-9569.

• Antelope Island State Park will hold a Junior Ranger program. Topic will be: How is there enough food for all the wildlife residents on the island? Meet at the visitor center at 3 p.m. This activity is intended for children ages six to 12; however, everyone is welcome. 801-721-9569.

• Goblin Valley State Park will present a program on bats. Bats aren't creepy, crawly pests, but fascinating animals that play a big role in Goblin Valley's ecosystem. Meet at 8 p.m. at the amphitheater to learn about these misunderstood critters. 435-564-3633.

• Goblin Valley State Park will hold a Junior Ranger program. Topic will be: Who are the predators and what are their prey? How do they survive in this harsh environment? This program is geared toward children ages 6 to 12, but everyone is welcome. Meet at 9:30 a.m. at the Observation Point. 435-564-3633.

• Escalante Petrified Forest State Park will hold a Junior Ranger program. Topic will be: Outdoor games and activities. Learn to leave no trace on your next adventure in nature and earn a Junior Ranger badge. Meet at the visitor center at 10 a.m. 435-826-4466.

• Jordanelle State Park will present a program on mammals of Rock Cliff. Join park staff at 1 p.m. at the Nature Center to learn about the animals of the area and their incredible adaptations. 435-782-3030.