Looking AheadRead Now
What a wonderful fest we enjoyed in 2021. Thanks to everyone—from sponsors and vendors, to non-profit partners, to bands and speakers and, of course, many thanks to all our volunteers and visitors. We've taken a breather from all-things festival for a couple months...and, now...it's time to look ahead to 2022.
First off, we're moving the festival back to June—because that's when the most thru-hikers pass through our section of the A.T., and we want to invite them to take a day off the trail with us. We'll offer shuttle service from Bear's Den, plus food vouchers, camping and loads of Trail Magic. If you know someone thru-hiking the A.T. in 2022, please pass along the word.
Over the next few months, we'll be lining up speakers, sponsors, bands, vendors, food trucks, kids' activities...and more. If you have suggestions, please let us know. Hope you'll join us in June 2022 to celebrate the A.T. and all the Great Outdoors.
Our 2021 festRead Now
The second Round Hill A.T. Festival is in the books. What a weekend we had between the beautiful weather, the great bands, the wonderful speakers, vendors and partner organizations—and all the happy "campers" who joined us.
We celebrated the Trail and all the Great Outdoors with displays and talks about native plants, safe hiking, planting trees, camping light, thru-hiking and day hiking, nature printing, trail cooking and so much more. We're a small group of volunteers who put on the festival, and we thank everyone who made it possible.
Thanks to all who sponsored us, joined us at the festival and supported us along the way. Let's do it again!
(Photos by @craigolsen)
SEE You in SeptemberRead Now
This time we mean it! Though we had to cancel dates in June and September of 2020, we are hopeful that we'll all get vaccinated by sometime this summer. So...we have set new dates for the 2021 Round Hill Appalachian Trail Festival, and we hope you can join us on September 11 and 12.
Once again, B Chord Brewing has generously offered to host the festival. And, once again, we're planning for trail talks, live music, kids' activities, a scavenger hunt, hikes, food trucks—and so much more.
Please put us on your calendar (9/11-12), and watch this space for more details as we get things in place for a wonderful weekend celebrating the A.T. and all things nature!
Round Hill AT: Join us in bringing together local friends and family to get outside. Let’s discover our amazing backyards — from national treasures like the Appalachian Trail to new local and regional parks.