Yes, Bunkers #28 and #50 are open to the public for viewing. All other bunkers are closed to the public.
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Enterprise South Nature Park’s hours vary throughout the year based on seasonal sunset times.
Park Hours 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Visitor Center Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday & Sunday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Atlas Bike Trail closes at 5:00 PM
Summit Knobs Horse Trail closes at 4:30 PM
In the event of Park Closure, times and dates will be detailed on the ESNP Calendar, as an Alert which you can access at the top of any page, and/or as a News Flash on the ESNP's main page.
However, Chester Frost Park has campsites available for overnight accommodation.
There are eight kiosks located throughout Enterprise South Nature Park.
Yes, maps are available at four (4) of our eight (8) kiosk locations. Maps are available at Bunker Hill Loop, Poe Run Path Trailhead, Still Hollow Loop Parking Lot 6, and Parking Lot 3.
If you get lost, call 423-209-5350 and reference a bunker number or landmark to help park staff locate you.
Poe Run Path is considered the easiest trail to hike.
Yes, but please be courteous of all riders and give them the right of way.
Yes, all leashed pets are welcome.
Atlas is an advance trail so ride within your limits. This trail closes an hour before the park closes.
Yes, as a courtesy to park patrons, pet waste stations are free and located throughout the park.
Yes, each pet waste station has a trash can available for waste disposal.
No, all picnic areas in Enterprise South Nature Park are first come first serve.
No. Grilling and Open Flames are prohibited in Enterprise South Nature Park.
No vegetation or wildlife is allowed to be removed from Enterprise South Nature Park.
The bunkers were previously part of the Volunteer Army Ammunition Plant. The bunkers were used to store explosives during the days TNT was manufactured on the site.
There currently are no bottle refill stations at our water fountains.