Spring Hike Along the Ocoee
Spring Hike Along the Ocoee – Saturday, March 19 (1pm to 3pm).
At last, our Spring Hike will be along the historical and scenic Ocoee River! We are going to hike the beautiful Rhododendron Trail. This is your chance to see one of Polk County’s most beloved rivers and learn all about what makes this river so special. This is your chance to partake in one of our signature hikes with Ranger Jeremy. This year we will meet at the Driving Bridge/Bathroom Area. This area is located in the western portion of the parking lot, about .2 miles west from the Whitewater Center. Then we will trek all the way down to the Thunder Rock Recreation Area and then all the way back up to where we started (approx. 3.3 miles total).
The trail is “easy” on a difficulty level. Make sure to bring sturdy hiking shoes and whatever else you might enjoy on this beautiful hike. A liability waiver will need to be signed at the beginning of the hike.
Parking at the Whitewater Center Recreation Area costs $3.00 per vehicle. The hike is a free event brought to you by TN State Parks
Address: 4400 US-64, Copperhill, TN 37317
- $0 / Attendee
- $10 / Attendee + Donation
- $10 / Donation (Not Attending)
- $20 / Attendee + Donation
- $20 / Donation (Not Attending)