Long Hunter State Park
February 19 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
“Pick a Park” series. Long Hunter State Park. Rescheduled from January 8. 3.9 total miles rated easy. Four trails will be explored at Cedars of Lebanon State Park. If you would like to join us for breakfast – meet at 9:00 am CT at Campsite #91. John Ruth will provide a breakfast of fried potatoes, link sausage and scrambled eggs. Bring your own drinks, coffee, juice or whatever. Please RSVP to Jeanne by February 16 if you plan to have breakfast.
If not, meet at the Cedar Forest Trail trailhead at 10:15 am CT. Cedar Forest Trail trailhead is near the Cedar Forest Road split to the campgrounds. The next trail is the Cedar Glades Trail and is located next to the park office parking lot. The trailhead kiosk presents a fine introduction to this interpretive trail. Next is the Dixon Merritt Trail that and explores cedar woodlands between Cedar Forest Road and the meadows. Tucked behind Picnic Shelter 1, this level trail works its way to a short loop then returns. The Limestone Sinks Trail is .4 miles and as its name implies, the Limestone Sinks Trail showcases several unique karst features associated with limestone including variously shaped sinkholes, outcrops and a rock house. The Limestone Sinks is the shortest loop trail in the park. PLEASE RSVP in case of inclement weather! Contact Jeanne Conatser at 615-971-8894 or firstname.lastname@example.org