|By The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Tenn.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Outdoor KnoxFest is two full days of urban adventure
For a complete list of clinics, trail rides, rock climbs and more, go to www.outdoorknoxville.com/outdoorknoxfest
TAKE A HIKE
Children and their families can join in a variety of free, hands-on activities including ranger-guided walks, historic toy making, talking to a wildland firefighter, making dinner bells at a blacksmith shop, and visiting touch tables with animal skins, skulls, and scat. Information about specific programs is available at each visitor center.
Children can earn their free Junior Ranger patch by completing three specially planned activities. A Junior Ranger booklet is available for those who would like to explore the park in more depth. The Junior Ranger booklets can be purchased for
There will also be an opportunity for middle and high school students at
For information about Junior
For information about Music of the Mountains, call 865-436-1291.
For information about the salamander monitoring project, contact
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