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Black Oak Ridge Conservation

Black Oak Ridge Conservation

Black Oak Ridge Conservation Easement is located behind K-25 on the far west side of Oak Ridge. There are about 2.6 miles of single track trails and 11 miles of dirt/gravel roads. The trails are considered moderately difficult and are open daily from daylight to dusk. It is limited to hikers and bicyclists. No motorized vehicles or animals are permitted. The area is closed for three spring weekend turkey hunts. The Black Oak Ridge trails are closed for deer hunting one weekend in October, November, and December each year. In addition, the area is closed the Saturday before each scheduled hunt weekend for scouting. See reservation hunt info.

Location:

Blair Road
Oak Ridge Tennessee

Contact Information:

Phone: 865-425-3450
Website: http://tnlandforms.us/greenways/maps03/br.html