Cherokee County will be receiving $70,000 for use on an infrastructure project that’ll result in big returns for our area for years to come.
District 39 Representative Ginny Shaver recently made that announcement, during a visit to the WEIS Radio Morning Show:
We spoke with Cherokee Rock Village Park Manager Shannon Mackey about what the change will mean to both local residents and visitors alike:
Cherokee Rock Village already draws over 50,000 visitors a year – attracting people from right in our own back yard, and all across the southeast and the nation, offering a large variety of activities including rock-climbing, hiking, camping, and much more, even bird-watching groups flock here from all over the U.S. and beyond.
Great numbers have discovered the beauty of the area – with strategically positioned observation decks offering breathtaking sites you’ll remember forever.
And speaking of special events, there’s a big one coming up this weekend:
For more information visit their official website at www.cherokeerockvillage.com or find them on Facebook