Explore these rare habitats and their unique wildflowers at the Ft. Lewis shale barrens in Bath County. Shale barrens are unique environments that are endemic to the Allegheny Mountains and harbor some of the state’s rarest plants.
2021 Annual Summer Picnic & Family Fun Day – Saturday, August 7th
Join us Saturday, August 7th from 3pm to 7:30 pm for our “Annual Summer Picnic and Family Fun Day” on the river at the home of Kit and David Burnett located at 438 Cowpasture River Farm Road, Millboro, VA 24460.
An RSVP is required.
3:00 – 5:00 p.m. — Guided river float
5:00 – 6:00 p.m. — Cocktail hour
6:00 – 7:30 p.m. — Picnic dinner
WHERE: Home of Kit and David Burnett overlooking the Cowpasture River,
438 Cowpasture River Farm Road, Millboro, VA 24460
COST: $12 per person; children 12 and under are free.
Click here to pay for registration online.
The entire meal will be catered this year. Beer and wine will also be served, in addition to water and sodas.
Bring your own lawn chairs.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend. An additional RSVP is required if you intend to participate in the guided river float. Further details will be given upon your RSVP.
RSVP DEADLINE: Tuesday, July 23, 2021
(We must let the caterer know in advance how many people will be attending.)
HOW TO RSVP:
EMAIL: Lynne Griffith, CRPA Executive Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org
From I-64: From I-64, take Rt. 42 North exactly 6 miles. The sign for Cowpasture River Farm Road is the first left after one passes the “Welcome to Bath County” sign. It will also be the first street sign after crossing the Cowpasture River on Rt. 42 North.
From Rt. 39: From Rt. 39, drive 10 miles down Rt. 42 South. The Cowpasture River Farm Road is the first right after one passes the Indian Hill Road and Virginia Elks Boys Camp sign. If one passes over the Cowpasture River Bridge, then turn around and go back over the bridge to the fourth left, which is Cowpasture River Farm Road.