The park supports a variety of habitats. Forests are dominant, covering approximately 500 acres of the park, including about 200 acres of forested wetland. Non-forested wetlands, including several ponds, cover approximately 180 acres. Meadows and fields cover an additional 250 acres, including approximately 100 acres farmed under the park's agricultural leasing program. Shrubland also is present at the park, particularly at the interface of fields and forests.
Learn more about the park's wildlife.
The park hosts a variety of native and nonnative, wild and cultivated plants.
The park's history extends hundreds of millions of years into the past. Learn more.
Last updated: October 20, 2021