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The 1,100-acre park is primarily covered in pine-oak-hickory forest. The over six miles of trails in the park offer opportunities for viewing woodland birds including migrants in the spring and fall. Over 100 species of birds have been identified in the park. For more birding locations, view flyer.
There are approximately 10 miles of natural and paved hiking trails ranging from easy to moderate. The trails offer scenic vistas of Shoal Creek and Crockett Falls, limestone bluffs, abundant wildlife and serene forest. Trail maps are available online.
A paved bicycle trail carries you through the woods where you may see wildlife along the ride.