If you’re looking to hike Panola Mountain itself, you’ll need to book a guided tour. As a conservation park, foot traffic on the mountain is limited to protect the rare plant species. Check here for the latest schedule. Half-day and moonlight hikes are also available. If you can’t make a tour, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the park. There are several walking trails available near the nature center and you can also walk the course on the new archery range.
Culture & Community
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