The Maine Wildlife Park in Gray was supposed to open a couple days ago, but the recent snowfall and the unseasonably cold spring delayed the opening of the Park until today, according to the Associated Press.

The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife says a lot of the grounds at the park are still covered with snow, ice and puddles. However, park superintendent Curt Johnson says warmer and sunnier weather will likely allow the park to open on Monday, the article says.

There will be plenty of activities at the Park all summer beginning next month. May 11th is archery and riflery day with Bryant Pond 4-H Shooting Sports. Certified instructors will have archery and rifle ranges set up for you to try your hand at this family sport. Ages 9 & up will have a chance to shoot a bow, learn basic safety, as well as practice shooting skills from 10am to 12.

For a complete list of summer activities at the park click here.