CLINCH RIVER DAYS FESTIVAL, ST. PAUL, MAY 31- JUNE 02, 2018
Tours and exhibitions of the scenic Clinch River take place throughout the weekend. There's the traditional Mussel Walk, where the Clinch River's rare mussels are on display. Visitors can take a birding walk in one of Virginia's newest designated bird and wildlife regions, schedule a caving or canoe trip, take in a fishing demonstration, or hike on the eleven miles of maintained trails along the Clinch River; the most recent addition being the Blue Bell Island Trail! Nearby is Wetlands Estonoa, nationally acclaimed student-based wetlands, designated birding trail and outdoor educational center.
Located along the scenic Clinch River, St. Paul shows off its uniqueness, blending...
Most of all, Clinch River Days is a weekend of fun in the mountains, celebrating a Scenic River that is home to rare and endangered fresh water mussels, more varieties of fish than any river in Virginia, and miles of free-flowing canoeing. St. Paul is home to festival-goers who come to celebrate the Clinch River!
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