Greetings, River Neighbors!
Fall is one of the best times to enjoy some downtime on TVA’s public lands. After such a long, hot summer, it’s refreshing to enjoy some nice fall temperatures.
Our six managed campgrounds are scheduled to close for the winter on November 15, so you still have time to plan a trip. And don’t forget, there are plenty of dispersed recreational areas open year-round where you can enjoy some time with nature. If sleeping in a tent isn’t your preference, enjoy the comforts of home in your RV while still visiting TVA campgrounds.
What better time than Halloween to learn about bats? Bats get a bad rap, you know. International Bat Week is this month and it’s a good time to learn about what TVA does to help protect these important species.
As it gets cooler, winter drawdown will arrive at TVA reservoirs. You can stay on top of the latest information with our Lake Info app.
In our next issue we’ll include ideas and suggestions for enjoying the outdoors even in the chill. Until then, we invite you to visit a new trail, perhaps a lake you haven’t seen before. Feel free to use the hashtag #tvafun so we’ll see your pictures. Have a safe and enjoyable autumn.
VP, TVA River & Resources Stewardship