The Obed Wild and Scenic River became a National Park Service site in 1976, and since then, has striven to include a wealth of important educational plans and decisions to make the park one of the hidden jewels of the NPS. This webpage will be presenting a variety of planning documents which represent the spectrum of plans and decisions used to keep the park successful since its inception. Please check back shortly for those documents to be listed on this page.
Did You Know?
Did you know that the Obed is one of several Wild and Scenic Rivers in the National Park System? Some of the others include the Rio Grande River (Texas), the the Little Pee Dee River (North and South Carolina), and the Escalante River (Utah).