30 Day Hike Schedule

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Hikes are limited to two hikes per person with a maximum of 12 people per hike.  Please call 373-3467 or e-mail Lyndy.Maness@tn.gov to make a reservation.

 

Deaf or Hearing Impaired Visitors please contact Park Manager Steve Ward for sign language assistance for any of our programs at Steve.Ward@tn.gov

 

 

Thursday, October 20th (4pm-6pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants.  Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Friday, October 21st (9am-11am):  Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Friday, October 21st (Noon-2pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants.  Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Saturday, October 22nd (9am-11am):  Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Saturday, October 22nd (2pm-4pm):  Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Monday, October 24th (10am-Noon): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Monday, October 24th (3pm-5pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Wednesday, October 26th (Noon-2pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Friday, October 28th (Noon-2pm):  Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants.  Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Saturday, October 29th (9am-11am): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants.  Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Saturday, October 29th (1pm-3pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Monday, October 31st (9am-11am): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Monday, October 31st (1pm-3pm):  Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Tuesday, November 1st (9am-11am): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Tuesday, November 1st (1pm-3pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Wednesday, November 2nd (9am-11am): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Wednesday, November 2nd (3pm-5pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Thursday, November 3rd (9am-11am): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Thursday, November 3rd (3pm-5pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Friday, November 4th (Noon-2pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants.  Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Friday, November 4th (3pm-5pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes.  Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants.  Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Saturday, November 5th (9am-11am): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Saturday, November 5th (1pm-3pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Saturday, November 12th (7am-9am): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants. Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

Saturday, November 12th (1pm-3pm): Join Park Manager Steve Ward for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2015 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the ridgetop, learn about the watershed, viewshed, historical and natural features of this new property currently being purchased in 2016.   Bring water, a walking stick and wear sturdy shoes. Registration is required and hikes are limited to 12 participants.  Ages 14 and up.  Reservations begin on Friday, October 7th at 10am.

 

 

 

 

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