New overlook panels installed


Courtesy photo On Aug. 3, Pine Mountain State Resort Park installed four new interpretive panels at scenic vistas along the park road including Chained Rock Road and the Pineville Overlook. These interpretive panels make a great addition to the park, help narrate, as well as illustrate the park’s story. Panels were purchased using monies from a Recreational Trails Program grant. This grant involves the distribution of federal funds based on application and merit to federal, state, county and city agencies. The park is incredibly grateful to former park naturalist Dean Henson, who helped make the project take flight, and to Bell County Judge-Executive Albey Brock and the Bell County Fiscal Court, who helped attain the grant.


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On Aug. 3, Pine Mountain State Resort Park installed four new interpretive panels at scenic vistas along the park road including Chained Rock Road and the Pineville Overlook. These interpretive panels make a great addition to the park, help narrate, as well as illustrate the park’s story. Panels were purchased using monies from a Recreational Trails Program grant. This grant involves the distribution of federal funds based on application and merit to federal, state, county and city agencies. The park is incredibly grateful to former park naturalist Dean Henson, who helped make the project take flight, and to Bell County Judge-Executive Albey Brock and the Bell County Fiscal Court, who helped attain the grant.

Courtesy photo On Aug. 3, Pine Mountain State Resort Park installed four new interpretive panels at scenic vistas along the park road including Chained Rock Road and the Pineville Overlook. These interpretive panels make a great addition to the park, help narrate, as well as illustrate the park’s story. Panels were purchased using monies from a Recreational Trails Program grant. This grant involves the distribution of federal funds based on application and merit to federal, state, county and city agencies. The park is incredibly grateful to former park naturalist Dean Henson, who helped make the project take flight, and to Bell County Judge-Executive Albey Brock and the Bell County Fiscal Court, who helped attain the grant.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_Overlook-1.jpgCourtesy photo On Aug. 3, Pine Mountain State Resort Park installed four new interpretive panels at scenic vistas along the park road including Chained Rock Road and the Pineville Overlook. These interpretive panels make a great addition to the park, help narrate, as well as illustrate the park’s story. Panels were purchased using monies from a Recreational Trails Program grant. This grant involves the distribution of federal funds based on application and merit to federal, state, county and city agencies. The park is incredibly grateful to former park naturalist Dean Henson, who helped make the project take flight, and to Bell County Judge-Executive Albey Brock and the Bell County Fiscal Court, who helped attain the grant.

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