Open: April 1 through October 31 Number of Sites: 4
Originally preserved for its historical significance, the park is also well known for its trails and wildlife habitat. A wide variety of migrating birds use the stream and ravine as a resting place and for nesting. Many bird species winter in the park, creating a perfect location for bird observation year round.
The park supports an interesting assortment of plants including mixed hardwoods, red cedar forests, plantings of Eastern white pine, Japanese larch, Norway spruce and red pine. A splendid variety of spring and summer wildflowers can be found throughout the park. Among the most notable species of wildlife are whitetail deer, fox, raccoon, great-horned owl, screech owl, red-tailed hawk, red-shouldered hawk and Eastern bluebird. The park also is popular for picnicking and, in the winter, for cross-country skiing on existing hiking trails
Group campsites: Four group sites with picnic tables, fire rings, and portable toilets; total capacity: 115. Open April 1 through October 31.
From Interstate 95, take Route 29 north. Follow the signs to the park.
Facilities & Activities:
Museum / Visitor Center
Open Air Theatre
Swan Historical Foundation: Collection of the American Revolution
Johnson Ferry House
Picnic tables, picnic shelters, group picnic facilities, group picnic shelters
cross-country skiing, snowshoeing
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