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Pocket wilderness

Pocket wilderness is a name used by Bowater corporation and the State of Tennessee for any of several tracts of Bowater-owned private land on and near the Cumberland Plateau that the company set aside beginning in 1970 "for preservation in its natural state, with no logging or development other than hiking trails permitted within its boundaries" and registered as Tennessee state natural areas. Several areas formerly managed as Bowater pocket wilderness are now incorporated into state-owned natural areas or National Park Service sites.

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Pocket Wilderness Activities

Pocket Wilderness is a wonderful and adventurous place to go. Pocket offers a free and easy way to have fun. You can go for a hike, take a swim, watch for wildlife, or even string up a hammock and just relax.

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