Saturday, May 31, 2014

Big South Fork Offers Ranger-Led Programs Almost Every Day Through Labor Day Weekend

Rangers at the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area will be conducting free ranger-led programs almost every day this summer. The programs started Memorial Day weekend and will continue through Labor Day, and all you have to do to join is show up.

Throughout the summer, rangers will be leading weekly hikes at Leatherwood Ford, Twin Arches, Oscar Blevins, East Rim Overlook, Sunset Overlook, Bandy Creek, Yahoo Falls, the Gentleman's Swimming Hole, and Charit Creek. Rangers will also be conducting 20-minute porch talks daily at the Bandy Creek Visitor Center and evening programs at the Blue Heron and Bandy Creek Campgrounds.

To learn more about these programs, stop-by in any of the park's visitor centers, call the Bandy Creek Visitor Center at (423) 286-7275, or visit the BSF webpage.



Jeff
Hiking in the Smokies

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