Celebrate Public Lands with WV Rivers at Little Beaver State Park on 9/28
On September 28 we’ll be holding a National Public Lands Day Celebration with Conservation Legacy at Little Beaver State Park. The celebration features a morning of trail work and an afternoon of recreation, food and music!
Little Beaver State Park, in southern WV, has received over $400,000 from the Land & Water Conservation Fund and is a great example of how LWCF funds benefit West Virginia.
In honor of our outstanding public lands, we’re providing a free lunch to everyone that comes out to enjoys the park.
Trail work registration starts at 9:00am, lunch and entertainment start at 12:00pm.
Our National Public Lands Day Celebration is a great way to get outside and give back to the public lands you love. So, bring the family and care for your public lands while enjoying fellowship, a good meal, and fresh air.
Other Ways to Celebrate Public Lands:
September 23: Explore our wild Monongahela National Forest from 10-2pm during our Forest Tour for Public Lands Advocates. RSVP here.
September 26: Join an archaeological dig and help provide new access points to the Greenbrier River Trail between the hours of 9-4. RSVP here.