Partners with You!
The non-profit Partners of Cherokee National Forest work year-round to promote appreciation, enjoyment, and use of one of America's greatest national treasures. Each year over one million people visit the Cherokee Forest. You can support the Forest and its activities by becoming a Member and/or a Volunteer.
Announcing the Cherokee National Forest Adventure Map
Outdoor recreation is one of the favorite uses of the Forest. The Partners have published a new "Adventure Map" (left) specifically to help you enjoy one of America's greatest national treasures. The map includes family-friendly campsites, fishing areas, lakes, hikes, and other points of interest within the Forest. For ordering info, click on the "Maps & Merchandise" tab.
About The Partners
In early 2002, concerned citizens came together to form a coalition to support the Cherokee National Forest. Partners have found dozens of ways to support and uphold the rich diversity of uses for the Forest. You can support the Forest and its activities by becoming a Member.
We are a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization whose purpose is to provide support for multiple-use forest management projects and activities in the Cherokee National Forest. Partners are represented by board members who work hand-in-hand with the USDA Forest Service and the public to ensure that The Cherokee National Forest is positioned to serve those enjoying it now and for generations to come.
NOTE: Due to weather conditions, the Wildflower Walk has been cancelled.