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State parks to host National Trails Day hikes
State parks to host National Trails Day hikes

Tennessee State Parks, including Cedars of Lebanon and Long Hunter state parks in Wilson County, will celebrate National Trails Day with free, guided hikes on Saturday, June 3.

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Long Hunter State Park to host 'Spring Thing'
Long Hunter State Park to host 'Spring Thing'

Long Hunter State Park will host its 4th Annual Spring Thing nature festival on Saturday, April 29, from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. The free event, sponsored by the Friends of Long Hunter State park, will feature a variety of educational programs and hikes for the entire family.

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Cedars of Lebanon, Long Hunter to host spring hikes
Cedars of Lebanon, Long Hunter to host spring hikes

Cedars of Lebanon State Park and Long Hunter State Park are among the state's 56 state parks that will host free guided hikes on Saturday, March 18, to celebrate the coming of spring.

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Long Hunter State Park honored for literacy project
Long Hunter State Park honored for literacy project

The Tennessee Department of Environment and conservation (TDEC) recently recognized Long Hunter State park for Excellence in Innovation for park staff's demonstrated ability to improve the park through new ideas.

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Cedars of Lebanon, Long Hunter to recognize Public Lands Day
Cedars of Lebanon, Long Hunter to recognize Public Lands Day

In recognition of National Public Lands Day, Tennessee State Parks - including a pair of local parks - and state natural areas will host ranger-led hikes, volunteer projects and interpretive programs on Saturday.

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NEW PATCH FOR LONG HUNTER STATE PARK
NEW PATCH FOR LONG HUNTER STATE PARK

In early 2014 the staff at Long Hunter State Park decided the park needed a new patch.

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Pow Wow, Fall Festival at Long Hunter this weekend

Long Hunter State Park will host the 32nd Annual Pow Wow and Fall Festival on Oct. 18-20, featuring Native American artists, musicians, dancers, food and storytellers.

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