CHIMNEY ROCK, N.C. — Thanks to collaboration among The Nature Conservancy, the state and private landowners, Chimney Rock State Park is growing, according to WRAL.
Media outlets report the Nature Conservancy recently transferred 536 acres to the North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation, which will add them to Chimney Rock State Park, WRAL reported.
The park was established in 2007 and is now 6,200 acres. Conservancy spokesman Fred Annand said with the recent land parcel.
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