Myrtle Beach, S.C. (WPDE) — This Saturday, June 6th marks National Trails Day.
The day recognizes all the benefits federal, state, and local trails provide for recreation and exposure of nature.
Myrtle Beach recreational employees want to help cyclists appreciate trails in the Grand Strand.
They have worked over the last few months to clean up the A-10 Mountain Bike Trail.
The A-10 Mountain Bike Trail will reopen tomorrow for the first time in eighteen months.
The park was closed due to damages from the last two hurricanes.
"If you have a bike come out and celebrate national trails day with a lap around the A-10," said Troy Marron, the city's special event supervisor.
Marron said they will hold a social distancing ribbon-cutting ceremony tomorrow at 9 a.m.
The ceremony will take place at the trailhead next to Barc Parc South, 676 Mallard Drive.
As part of the revitalization project, cyclists will see new direction signs, a widened trail, and five new bridges built from recycled material.