It’s Nearly Time for First Day Hikes Once Again

What better way to kick off the New Year than by getting a jump start burning off those extra holiday calories in the great outdoors?

On New Year’s Day, America’s State Parks have all 50 states offering free, guided First Day Hike Programs. These hikes provide a means for individuals and families to welcome the coming year in the outdoors, exercising and connecting with nature.

Last year nearly 55,000 people rang in the New Year, collectively hiking over 133,000 miles throughout the country on the guided hikes. Numerous others hiked state park trails throughout the day.

The guided First Day Hikes are led by knowledgeable state park staff and volunteers. The distance and rigor vary from park to park, but all hikes aim to create a fun experience for the whole family.People are invited to savor the beauty of the state park’s natural resources with the comfort of an experienced guide so they may be inspired to take advantage of these local treasures throughout the year.

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, Tennessee 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.

The schedule of events is here…

 

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