Animals of the Big South Fork Program at Blue Heron Campground, Saturday, August 1
Oneida, Tennessee: The Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area announces a 45-minute, interpretive program about animals of the Big South Fork on Saturday evening, August 1. Enjoy an evening outdoors at the campfire circle with Ranger Don Tetrick to learn more about animals that you may see during your visit, what to do, and what not to do in the presence of wild animals. The evening activity begins promptly at 7:00 p.m. (ET) at the Blue Heron Campground at the campfire circle and is wheelchair accessible.
The Blue Heron Campground is located in the Kentucky portion of Big South Fork, nine miles west of Stearns off of Highway 742. The program is free of charge and all are welcome. For directions or additional information, please call the Blue Heron Interpretive Center at (606) 376-3787.
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