Asbury Place independent residents spent much of August and September on butterfly watch. The caterpillars were raised in clear containers so residents could watch them grow. The Monarch butterflies that reached maturity were then released and will
Wings and tails is the theme of the latest photo gallery recently snapped by Marty Silver, park ranger at Warriors' Path State Park. Fall has finally arrived and temperatures are slowly starting to ebb. Which means many of these birds will be harder
Throughout the last half of October, the park will offer several spooky activities at little or no charge. Here is a complete schedule of events.
From guided hikes to campfires to hayrides, the park is hosting a variety of activities in October, many of which are free of charge. Here is a complete schedule of events.
Registration for the 12th annual High Knob Naturalist Rally begins at 9 a.m., Saturday with activities from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the High Knob Recreation Area, about an hour north of Kingsport on U.S. Highway 23.
The Bays Mountain Park Association supports the park financially in maintaining and operating the Nature Center and programs, including the summer day camp. It also employs two part-time staff to assist in Nature Center operations and up to eight seasonal employees.
Come out and enjoy a variety of activities at Bays Mountain Park this fall, including guided hikes to the fire tower, a night-time ride down the zip line, classes on geocaching and an evening trip around the lake on the barge.
It was an unexpected meeting of the minds: an environmentalist and a mountain man crossed paths in the woods, and the coalition was born.
Parks throughout Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia need your help Saturday as they celebrate National Public Lands Day. The event invites people to volunteer at their favorite outdoor destination, ensuring public lands can be enjoyed for years to come.
The tract fills in a gap in network of protected lands along primary ridgeline of globally-significant Roan Massif
The event is free and open to the public. However, meals are available by prepared reservation only and the deadline to order is Sept. 4.
To submit an event, email the Sports Department at [email protected], fax listing information to (423) 392-1385 or contact the Sports Department after 6 p.m. at (423) 392-1323 or 1-800-251-0328, ext. 4323.
On Saturday, August 18, the all-new High Knob Outdoor Fest - hosted by the City of Norton and Wise County Cooperative Extension Office —will bring live music, food truck fare and more than 30 vendors to downtown Norton.
After several weeks of fun, the park’s free series of summer activities will end next Sunday as many children prepare to head back to school. Here is the complete schedule of activities you and your family can enjoy next week.