David Ramsey is back for the weekly Kiwanis Campfire Program today, Aug. 3, at Rock Creek Recreation Area in Erwin.
He’s returning with a brand-new program on “The Waterfalls of Unicoi County.”
Ramsey, who was named by Field & Stream as Conservationist of the Year in 2011 for his work on Rocky Fork, will present his new program at 8 p.m. He has even promised to provide directions to the waterfalls, so those attending this program can go see these wonders for themselves.
Ramsey is an exciting speaker, with amazing slides of his own photos. He is obviously an expert on the beauty of East Tennessee. He loves and admires the outdoors, and it shows in his presentations. Don’t miss this special event.
Remember, the program is absolutely free and even includes a free marshmallow roast after the program with marshmallows, sticks and the perfect fire. Bring family and friends — it’s free for everyone.
From Exit 36 off Interstate 26 at Erwin, turn left at the top of the ramp, continue to the dead end, turn right on North Main. Turn left on Route 395 (Rock Creek Road). The entrance to Rock Creek Recreation Area will be on your left in less than two miles. Inside the area, special signs will direct you to the amphitheater next to the swimming pool.
In the event of rain, the program will be moved to the Rock Creek Presbyterian Church. Just head back toward town on 395 (Rock Creek Road) and look for the signs at the church on your left.