Manhattan Project Public Program:
Ride with a Ranger on Melton Lake Greenway, May 13


May 11, 2017


Join a park ranger for a bike ride down beautiful Melton Lake Greenway. Manhattan Project National Historical Park will present a free program on Saturday, May 13, 2017, at 10 a.m. (ET).

The program will begin at Elza Gate Park, former entry point to the secret city, and continue down Melton Lake Greenway. Rangers will stop several times along the bike ride to point out the rich history that is found within the Oak Ridge area.

Elza Gate Park is located at 101 Oak Ridge Turnpike. Maps are available at the National Park desk in the American Museum of Science and Energy.

For more information or directions, please contact the Manhattan Project National Historical Park at (865) 576-6767. Visitors are also encouraged to visit the Manhattan Project National Historical Park website for more information on the park. 

You can also find the park on social media: Like them on Facebook, follow their Twitter feed @MnhtnProjectNPS, or follow them on Instagram @manhattanprojectnps.

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