Today the park is cherished by thousands who find its serene beauty a refreshing escape. Whether hiking in the holly groves, jogging by the squirrelly oaks, climbing glacial rocks, walking your dog under the cathedral of old pines, horseback riding, birding, or just plain relaxing, it is truly food for the soul. A public treasure, it is a special and relatively untouched piece of ancient "Quonahassit." Enjoying the area, as the Native Americans did 1,000 years ago, has been made possible by the investment of the town and the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs' Self-Help Program.
This information is provided by the Division of Conservation Services
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