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Dunbar Cave State Park, Tennessee State Parks Host Free Hikes the Day After Thanksgiving


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Tennessee State ParksNashville, TN – Tennessee State Parks will offer free, guided hikes at all 56 state parks the day after Thanksgiving, November 23rd, 2018. Dunbar Cave State Park will be holding an “After Thanksgiving Hike” Wednesday.

“Tennessee’s state parks are once again offering the opportunity to get outdoors the day after Thanksgiving to engage in healthy, fun activities,” said Brock Hill, deputy commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. “It’s a chance to explore the state parks with loved ones around the holidays, with skilled rangers leading the way.”

Dunbar Cave State Park Visitor Center.

Dunbar Cave State Park Visitor Center.

Hikes for all ages and abilities will be hosted at state parks from Memphis to Johnson City, including easy, peaceful strolls and rugged excursions. Each hike will be led by an experienced ranger, trained in interpreting the ecological, cultural and historical significance of Tennessee’s state parks.

Tennessee State Parks will feature the best that Tennessee lands have to offer, from hikes along historical and interpretive trails to stunning views of waterfalls, peaks and plateaus. Some hikes are designed for novice hikers at short distances, while others are lengthier and geared toward more experienced hikers.

After Thanksgiving Hike

Park: Dunbar Cave State Park
Date: Wednesday, November 23rd, 2018
Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

Recover from your turkey coma by hiking! Join Ranger Adam for a one mile hike on our Short Loop Trail. Please wear good walking shoes.

Meet at: Outside the Visitor Center

Park Ranger: Adam Neblett
Phone: 931.648.5526

All other Tennessee State Park hikes are listed at

Visitors are encouraged to share photos of their hikes on social media with the hashtag #thankful4hiking

Other statewide hikes Tennessee State Parks offers include First Day Hikes in January, Spring Hikes in March, National Trails Day in June, and National Public Lands Day in September.




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