Tellico Plains Trails Day needs your help. Come join us!
WHO: Everyone is welcome
WHEN: Saturday June 7, 8am to 5:30pm
WHERE: Meet at picnic area next to the beach at Indian Boundary Campground, off the Cherohala Skyway at Forest Service Road 345
All are welcome for a day of “Paying it Forward” to the Tellico Ranger District of the Cherokee National Forest. Meet at the picnic area next to the beach at Indian Boundary Campground at 8 AM. Breakfast will be provided by Tellico Grains. Wear long pants, bring a lunch and plenty of water in a day pack. We will break up into crews of 8-10 people to work on a segment of trail somewhere in the local area. Then we will all return to the picnic area for a dinner provided by the Tellico Outpost (pizza) and the Friends of the Cherokee National Forest (burgers, etc). Also upon returning at the end of the day, all participants will receive a free T-shirt commemorating the day. Kids are welcome as well but must be attended by a responsible parent or guardian.
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Tellico Plains, A "TRAIL TOWN"
The Tellico Plains and Coker Creek area is
blessed with over 200 miles of hiking, backpacking, equestrian, mountain
biking and motorized trail bike trails. Tellico Plains is receiving designation as a Trail Town in 2014 by the
Southeastern Foot Trails Coalition and
the Benton MacKaye Trail Association as an exceptional location to visit for these activities! Online information and resources for local and out-of-town visitors who are using our area trails is now readily available on the Guide to Tellico Plains. Watch for more events, celebrating this important designation!