Wildflower Day at Blue Ridge Parkway Visitor (Destination) Center
Contact: Michele Maertens, (828) 350-3822, ext. 207
Wild Flower Day offers fun for the whole family on Saturday, May 23rd! Join us for music, dance, a hands-on youth activity and a TRACK (Trails, Ridges and Active, Caring Kids) hike.
10:30 a.m. --- Seed Tapes, a hands-on activity sponsored by FRIENDS of the Blue Ridge Parkway
11:00 a.m. --- Traditional dance demonstration by Phil Jameson
1:00 p.m. --- Every Plant Has a Purpose and Place Hike, sponsored by the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation and the National Park Service
Come check out our blooming roof which has been planted in native wildflowers!
The Blue Ridge Parkway Visitor (Destination) Center is located at Milepost 384 just north on the Parkway from the junction of Highway 74-A and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Did You Know?
The Blue Ridge Parkway provides critical habitat for over 50 threatened and endangered plant species.