A day of music, stories, and crafts await visitors and campers at Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area‘s (Tennessee) Haunting in the Hills Storytelling Festival in September.
As per a report, the event will be held at the Bandy Creek Visitor Center and Campground from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on September 17.
According to its website, Big South Fork is the fifth largest unit of the National Park System in the Eastern United States. The park is home to hundreds of natural wonders and breathtaking views.
Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area have three general campgrounds with over 233 campsites and two equestrian campgrounds with 47 campsites.
The park said that the storytelling started thirty years ago as a simple program for local schools and has evolved into a full-day festival featuring professional storytellers worldwide.
Park visitors and campers are invited to join and enjoy the stunning Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area for an exciting day filled with songs, stories, crafts, and much more. The craft classes and concerts are free and open to all.
Every year, thousands of students at local schools enjoy exciting storytelling programs presented by world-renowned storytellers during festival outreach programs.
Local schools will be able to see these storytellers in action during the week leading up to the event.
This story originally appeared on WNKY.