In The Know with Gino: Point Park Will Waive Entrance Fee on April 22nd

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Lookout Mountain, TN – Point Park, one of the most visited national parks in Tennessee, is waiving its entrance fee on Saturday, April 22, 2023, to celebrate the first day of National Park Week.

Visitors to the park on this day will be able to enter for free and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding area. This year’s National Park Week theme is “Explore, Learn, and Protect,” and Point Park is excited to join in on the celebration.

Located atop Lookout Mountain, Point Park is a must-see attraction for anyone visiting Tennessee. The park offers breathtaking views of the Chattanooga Valley and the Tennessee River, as well as a rich history that dates back to the Civil War.

In addition to the park’s natural beauty, visitors can explore the many hiking trails, picnic areas, and educational exhibits that highlight the area’s history and culture.

The park’s free entrance day is expected to draw large crowds, so visitors are encouraged to arrive early and plan accordingly.  Parking will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Park rangers will provide programs at 11 am, 2 pm, and 4 pm.

National Park Week is an annual celebration that takes place in April and is designed to promote the importance of protecting America’s natural and cultural resources…with Point Park’s free entrance day, visitors can take advantage of this opportunity to explore, learn, and protect this important national park.

For more information please check out their website.

SOURCE: Local 3 News