Friends of Radnor Lake protects, preserves and promotes the natural integrity of Radnor Lake through land acquisition, environmental education, and park support.
Radnor Lake is Tennessee's First Natural Area. Learn more about the park's rich history.
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Jr. Ranger Interns at Radnor Lake. This is the second of three sessions during the summer of 2014. The third session will be held July 21st – 26th.
Jr Ranger Interns hiking Ganier Ridge Trail with SIR Will Peters and Park Manager Steve Ward. Jr. Ranger Interns hiked 5 miles of trails at Radnor Lake on Monday, July 7th. Pix by S.Ward
Jr. Ranger Interns hiking with SIR Will Peters and Park Manager Steve Ward on Monday, July 7th. Pix by S.Ward
Jr. Ranger Interns working on hauling gravel and mulch on the South Cove and South Lake Trails. Pix by Jesse Germeraad.
Jr Ranger Interns and Volunteers from Week of Hope worked together on the Lake Trail hauling mulch and gravel with wheelbarrows. Pix by Jesse Germeraad.