Carmeuse Strasburg Helps Beautify a Local State Park
Visitors to the Seven Bends State Park, VA, will soon benefit from new stone surfacing in the parking lots and on walkways, after the Carmeuse Strasburg operation donated 60 tons of 21A stone to help keep the park clean and safe.
The donation of stone came ahead of National Trails Day on June 5th, which celebrates the many benefits that federal, state and local trails provide. The annual event is also an opportunity to give back to your local trails with volunteers gathering at Seven Bends to work on trail improvement and clean-up.
Located just outside historic downtown Woodstock, VA, the 1066-acre state park provides public access to the North Fork of the Shenandoah River, while protecting the spectacular scenery and historical significance of the Seven Bends area.