National Public Lands Day at Radnor Lake 2019
On Friday, September 27th we kicked off the 2019 National Public Lands Day with 40 volunteers from our partners at Nissan who are working with our park staff on mulching the Lake Trail via wheelbarrow. Thank you Nissan for once again partnering with us for NPLD and for sponsoring our volunteer program at Radnor Lake! We also have a public volunteer day in honor of National Public Lands Day that begins at 2pm as part of our Tennessee Serves opportunities at Radnor Lake.
In addition, we are pleased to announce our long awaited floor map installed by our friends at Imagen. This was an idea that came to fruition the past year thanks to Lyndy Maness and Joan LaGrasse, supported by state park leadership, James Russ, Chris Padgett, Bill Avant, the park staff and Dr. Doug Heffington for us to improve our displays at the Walter Criley Visitor Center….thank you each for making this project possible.
In addition, the park gift shop at the Walter Criley Visitor Center is celebrating is one year anniversary since opening on September 27th, 2018. We are rolling out some new items in honor of that benchmark, please stop by, check out and see what we are offering for National Public Lands Day in 2019!
Last, we will be offering a unique hike on Saturday morning as our featured hike for National Public Lands Day with Dr. Doug Heffington from Henderson State University. Special thanks to Dr. Heffington for traveling in from Arkansas and to Friends of Radnor Lake for supporting this partnership with Henderson State University. For more information and to sign up for this hike, please visit our the following link: