In addition to the river and several streams, there is one man-made pond in the park. It is located next to Gambrill Mill on the Gambrill Farm, and was constructed while the farm was in private hands to provide water for livestock. This pond is home to a variety of fish and amphibian species, and is also a refuge for ducks and geese.
Did You Know?
Amphibians play an important role in the stability and diversity of the park's ecosystem. The American Toad is one of the many different types of amphibians that can be found while hiking some of the streamside trails at the park. More...