Proponents Pitch Mount Kessler Preservation

Posted: January 8, 2013 at 5 a.m.

The city’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Board could become the latest of several groups to endorse preservation of 387 acres in southwest Fayetteville known as the Mount Kessler Reserve.

By The Numbers

Mount Kessler

Here’s how Mount Kessler’s 387 acres compare with other natural areas in Fayetteville:

-Lake Fayetteville — 652 acres

-Mount Sequoyah Woods — 97 acres

-Gulley Park — 27 acres

-Wilson Park — 23 acres

Source: City Of Fayetteville

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