A public tour of the proposed Cherokee Bluffs Park will be held 2-5 p.m. Saturday.
“The tour opportunity was prompted by citizen input at the Cherokee Bluffs public information meeting held in April,” Hall County District 1 Commissioner Craig Lutz said. “We think this is an excellent way for citizens to see the property firsthand and better visualize future development.”
The 106-acre site sits off Blackjack Road near the sprawling Sterling on the Lake subdivision and another county park, the 48-acre Williams Mill Greenspace. Parking will be available Saturday at the undeveloped park.
The property is marked by huge rock outcroppings, streams and woods. Plans include walking trails, an amphitheater and a disc golf course.
Hall County purchased the bulk of the park’s land in 2006 using special purpose local option sales tax funds.
Anyone requesting additional information about the meeting is asked to contact Hall County Parks and Leisure Services at 770-535-8280.