Tennessee is home to 56 state parks and on Saturday, March 23, rangers will be hosting free guided spring hikes in all of them.
WTVF reported that with warm weather on the way, hikes are a great way for tourists and locals alike to see early spring wildflowers, discuss wildlife, take photos of beautiful scenery, and take in the features that separate each park from the next.
“The spring hikes are a great way to explore our parks, as well as get to know other people who share the outdoors in a group setting,” said Anne Marshall, acting deputy commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. “Our state parks staff has valuable expertise to share about our parks to enhance the experience. There are hikes for just about every taste.”
The hikes will fit every level, from short easy trails to longer treks through rougher terrain.
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