(AP) — Wildflower enthusiasts and West Virginia Division of Natural Resources personnel will guide hikers through some of the trails at Chief Logan State Park during an event later this month.
The park has 14 trails, and the West Virginia Division of Culture and History says the Sue Browning Wildflower Hike next Saturday will offer different paths for hikers to choose from, depending on their experience and endurance level.
The hike is named for a longtime member of the Logan Garden Club who helped establish the hike 33 years ago. It's free and open to the public. To register, contact Jill Stone at (304) 792-7125 or email@example.com or call Museum in the Park at (304) 792-7229.