Fall Program Schedule 2014

August 2014 Program Schedule

Unless otherwise noted, reservations for activities open at 10:00 A.M. on the Sunday before the program and will be taken until it is full.  Please call 373-3467 to sign up.

  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

 

History of Radnor Lake

 

  • Sunday, October 19th at 3pm.  Join Ranger Sam King for a program on the history of Radnor Lake.  This program will start at the Visitor Center with a powerpoint presentation and conclude with a short hike to the Historic Valve-House Trail.  No reservations necessary.

 

 

Harris Ridge Hikes

 

Harris Ridge Hike
Monday, October 27th at 10am. Join Ranger Jesse Germeraad for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2011 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the top and learn about the historical and natural features of this property. Meet at the Education Center. Bring water and wear sturdy shoes. This strenuous hike will last about 2 hours. Reservations are required and open Sunday, October 19th at 9:30am.  Ages 14 and up.

Harris Ridge Hike
Tuesday, October 28th at 1pm. Join Ranger Leslie Anne Rawlings for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2011 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the top and learn about the historical and natural features of this property. Meet at the East Parking Area. Bring water and wear sturdy shoes. This strenuous hike will last about 2 hours. Reservations are required and open Sunday, October 26th at 9:30am.  Ages 14 and up.

Harris Ridge Hike
Wednesday, October 29th at 10am. Join Ranger Dustin Crowell for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2011 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the top and learn about the historical and natural features of this property. Meet at the Education Center. Bring water and wear sturdy shoes. This strenuous hike will last about 2 hours. Reservations are required and open Sunday, October 26th at 9:30am.  Ages 14 and up.

Harris Ridge Hike
Thursday, October 30th at 3pm. Join Ranger Sam King for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2011 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the top and learn about the historical and natural features of this property. Meet at the Education Center. Bring water and wear sturdy shoes. This strenuous hike will last about 2 hours. Reservations are required and open Sunday, October 26th at 9:30am.  Ages 14 and up.

Harris Ridge Hike
Monday, November 3rd at 10am. Join Ranger Sam King for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2011 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the top and learn about the historical and natural features of this property. Meet at the Education Center. Bring water and wear sturdy shoes. This strenuous hike will last about 2 hours. Reservations are required and open Sunday, October 26th at 9:30am. Ages 14 and up.

Harris Ridge Hike
Tuesday, November 4th at 3pm. Join Ranger Jesse Germeraad for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2011 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the top and learn about the historical and natural features of this property. Meet at the Education Center. Bring water and wear sturdy shoes. This strenuous hike will last about 2 hours. Reservations are required and open Sunday, November 2nd at 9:30am. Ages 14 and up.

Harris Ridge Hike
Wednesday, November 5th at 10am. Join Ranger Leslie Anne Rawlings for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2011 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the top and learn about the historical and natural features of this property. Meet at the East Parking Area. Bring water and wear sturdy shoes. This strenuous hike will last about 2 hours. Reservations are required and open Sunday, November 2nd at 9:30am.  Ages 14 and up.

Harris Ridge Hike
Friday, November 7th at 3pm. Join Ranger Dustin Crowell for a hike to one of the park’s newest ridgetops that was acquired in 2011 in a partnership between the State of Tennessee and Friends of Radnor Lake. See the view from the top and learn about the historical and natural features of this property. Meet at the Education Center. Bring water and wear sturdy shoes. This strenuous hike will last about 2 hours. Reservations are required and open Sunday, November 2nd at 9:30am.  Ages 14 and up.

 

Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Education Center Tours

 

  •                         Friday, October 17th at 5pm. Join Ranger Dustin Crowell for a hike to the aviary center for a tour while it is under construction for an overview of this environmental education project currently underway at Radnor Lake.  Hike is approximately 1.5 hour. Meet at the Hall Drive/Otter Creek Road.  Reservations are required and open on Sunday, October 12th at 10am.

  • Monday, October 27th at 6pm.  Join Ranger Sam King for a hike to the aviary center for a tour while it is under construction for an overview of this environmental education project currently underway at Radnor Lake.  Hike is approximately 1.5 hour. Meet at the Hall Drive/Otter Creek Road.  Reservations are required and open on Sunday, October 19th at 10am.

 

  • Saturday, November 1st at 5pm.  Join Ranger Leslie Anne Rawlings for a hike to the aviary center for a tour while it is under construction for an overview of this environmental education project currently underway at Radnor Lake.  Hike is approximately 1.5 hour. Meet at the Hall Drive/Otter Creek Road.  Reservations are required and open on Sunday, October 23rd at 10am.

 

 

Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation is committed to principles of equal opportunity, equal access and affirmative action.  Contact EEO/AA Coordinator at 1-888-867-7455 or the ADA coordinator at 1-866-253-5827 for further information.  Hearing impaired callers may use the Tennessee Relay Service at 1-800-848-0298.