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First Day Hike at Port Royal State Historic Park set for January 1st, 2019

Tennessee State ParksAdams, TN – Join us at Port Royal State Historic Park on Tuesday, January 1st, 2019 for your first Hike of the New Year! Learn about and experience the Town that wouldn’t give up and it’s role in many of of our State’s important moments – and be active and outside while doing it!

This will be an easy and leisurely hike, around a mile.

The first day of the year hike will take place from 10:00am until 12:00pm.

Port Royal State Historic Park
Port Royal State Historic Park

Meet Ranger David at the parking lot behind the old Masonic Hall.

This is a free event.

Port Royal State Historic Park is located at 3300 Old Clarksville Highway in Adams, TN.

For more information call 931.645.0622

Tennessee State Parks hold First Day Hikes

Kick Off 2018 with Free Hikes

Begin the New Year right. Make a #resolutiontohike and connect with the outdoors with Tennessee State Parks. 

From Reelfoot Lake to Fall Creek Falls to Warriors’ Path and every state park in between, our First Day Hikes are designed for all ages and abilities and are offered at all times of day. Start a New Year tradition with your family today. Tennessee State Parks’ First Hikes are part of America’s State Parks First Day Hikes initiative in all 50 states.

Please remember, schedules and events may change – contact the park or hike leader for more information or to confirm events.

For more information, including a detailed regional listing, please visit Tennessee State Park First Day Hikes

About Port Royal State Historic Park

Port Royal State Historic Park was the site one of the earliest colonial communities and trading posts in Middle Tennessee. It was first settled in the early 1780s and was a longhunter camp as early as 1775. The town of Port Royal was founded in 1797 and rose to great prominence in the early part of the 19th century because of its strategic location at the head of navigation on the Red River, serving all of Northern Middle Tennessee and South Central Kentucky and at a major stage line route.

In 1977, the state of Tennessee received the deed to 26 acres of land at Port Royal, and designated it a Tennessee State Park in 1978.


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