Here is a forest ready to be explored. Full of many wonderful plants and animals, there is a nature encounter awaiting at every turn.

  • Two beavers cooling off in the water
    American Beaver

    The beaver is the largest rodent in North America and are designed to live in and around water.

  • Black bear cub standing on a trail
    Black Bear

    There is a healthy population of black bears in the park. They are often nocturnal, however, they are occasionally spotted during the day.

  • Two fawns standing under their protective mother
    White-Tailed Deer

    White-tailed deer can be found throughout the park. They are easily identified by white fur that is found on the underside of their tail.

  • A glowing-eyed coyote walking in the forest at night time

    Coyotes are an important part of the predator-prey balance that is important to a healthy ecosystem.

Last updated: June 22, 2018

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Triangle, VA 22172



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