Parkway starts new series of summer ranger programs

Blue Ridge Parkway Interpretive Rangers at Waterrock Knob are presenting summer programs each Saturday afternoon for families with or without kids.  

The program series (entitled F.U.N., Families Understanding Nature) will be about the many natural and cultural resources found along the Parkway. The programs will take place each Saturday beginning at 1:30 p.m., last approximately one hour, and will often include activities for children. There is no charge for these programs.

Waterrock Knob Visitor Center is located on the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 451.2, between the Parkway entrances at Balsam and Maggie.

828.456.9530, ext 3., or 828.775.0975.

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