Frozen Head State Park will be hosting a Volunteer Trail Day this Saturday, August 18th. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET.
The public is invited to join the park in helping to maintain the park's trails. Tools will be provided. Volunteers should be prepared for a variety of weather conditions including rain. You should bring food, water and a daypack. Some areas require hiking one to two miles in rugged terrain. First time volunteers must complete a liability form. Located in the beautiful Cumberland Mountains of East Tennessee, Frozen Head State Park is easy to find. From the Interstate 40 exit 347 at Harriman take Hwy. 27 North to Wartburg. Turn right (East) on Hwy. 62. Travel two miles and turn left on Flat Fork Road. Travel 4 miles to the park entrance. For more information please contact Ranger Michael Hodge at 423-346-3318 or email at email@example.com.
Hiking Trails in Great Smoky Mountains National Park