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Camping Cleanup at Savage Gulf State Park
September 16 @ 11:00 AM - September 17 @ 12:00 PM
The Cumberland River Compact is excited to host a camping cleanup at Tennessee’s newest state park: Savage Gulf State Park!
The event will begin on Saturday, September 16, and end on Sunday, September 17. Volunteers will arrive Saturday morning, and the litter cleanup will be that afternoon. After the cleanup concludes, you are free to enjoy the park however you see fit! Savage Gulf is home to multiple waterfalls, such as Greeter Falls and Laurel Falls, and the Blue Hole Swimming Area.
All volunteers will get to camp for free as the fee has been generously waived by the park. You are only responsible for covering your travel costs and food for the weekend. We will provide light snacks for hiking, supplies for the cleanup, and firewood! You are responsible for bringing any other supplies you may need.
The campsite is for tents only and is a short hike from the parking lot. There are outhouses and a water spigot with clean water on site.
This camping cleanup is made possible by funding from the Tennessee Valley Authority and support from Tennessee State Parks.
Register here for this event.