Saturday, 06/13/2020 - Sunday, 06/14/2020
Bull Run Regional Park
- This trip was planned prior to the COVID outbreak. Current restrictions are set to end on June 10th, but should that date be extended, we will make every effort to reschedule.
- Due to changes to our event management process, attendees for this event are no longer listed here. Steve has the list of attendees and their contact information.
This is two days of hiking with a car camping overnight.
Details of the itinerary will be provided to the attendees.
Perfect for hikers or those on horseback, this incredible path takes visitors through more than 5,000 acres of scenic woodlands. Along this track one will also find one of the region’s richest untapped historic resources. This area played a vital role at different times in our history from the Revolutionary to the Civil War. Sites along the trail include various battle points and land features, as well as the more curious, like a grouping of earthen mounds that once comprised a make-shift Civil War fort. Wildlife is plentiful and easily seen by those who come to observe from a silent distance. Whitetail deer, raccoon, striped skunk, opossum, gray squirrel, beaver, cottontail rabbit, turkey, bald eagle, red-tailed hawk, turkey vulture, blue heron, Canada goose, smallmouth bass, bullfrog, black rat snake, painted and box turtle are but a few of the creatures residing on the land or in the water.Our event sign-up process has changed! Read more about the changes.
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