Planted in 2020, these 2, 450 native hardwood trees will convert 8 acres of riverfront farmland to forest. Trees were carefully selected to provide natural beauty, year-round food and habitat for wildlife, and prevent pollution from entering Great Bohemia Creek.
The park consists of 460 acres in southern Cecil County, outside the Town of Chesapeake City. The property includes approximately 225 acres of upland and hydric forest, 60 acres set aside for planned conservation and 29 acres for planned habitat restoration. An additional 112 acres are being maintained as agricultural land.Visitors are welcome to use the park for low-impact, passive recreation, such as hiking, biking, wildlife viewing, fishing and hunting.
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