Nature Preserve: The Flat Rock on Sewanee Creek

Last Summer I did a couple of short videos and posted them on youtube.  They are a bit bumpy and amateurish, but I think you’ll get the idea.   About 500 of our 750 acres will remain wild, designated as a nature preserve.

This video features a place called flat rock where Johnson’s Creek and Sewanee Creek come together.  The bottom of the creek here almost looks like poured concrete it’s so broad and flat.

Check out the fish and the swimming hole.  Flat Rock is near the cave that’s featured in my photo gallery.

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