In connection with the Wilderness Road State Park will host a trail cleanup on Saturday, April 14, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Come out and join us!
The park is teaming with Lee County Litter Control and Recycling on the project, and is seeking volunteers from the community in an effort to remove litter along the 8.49 mile Wilderness Road Trail.
Eastern Redbuds bloom along Wilderness Road Trail (Photo by Mike Brindle)
The Wilderness Road Trail is a multi-use trail, established for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Thousands of people each year take advantage of the trail, a significant number from the local community. The packed sand and gravel trail offers scenic views and cool shade from native trees while offering visitors an array of nature’s beauty.
A hot-dog lunch will be provided; with those wishing to volunteer asked to call the park office at 276-445-3065.
Stewardship Virginiais a statewide initiative held twice annually to help citizens with projects that enhance and conserve Virginia's natural and cultural resources.