History Meets the Great Outdoors at Cromwell Valley Park
Posted on June 28, 2021 by editor
A family-friendly park that’s fun for all. At Cromwell Valley Park nature is calling you to explore. The park is an estimated 220 acres large and full of historical relics dating all the way back to the 1700’s. Founded by William Cromwell, clearly where the park’s name is derived from, this park is home to historic lime kilns, tunnels and passageways, fellowship farm and land full of open spaces and nature for exploration.
Be sure to check out the many different events and activities that Cromwell Valley Park has to offer for instance the historical hike is an event that allows patrons to hike through the valley and see all of the historical markers it has on property, or try the bird walk, which is a nice, relaxing walk among the trees where you can see rare birds nesting in their natural habitat. If you have children, bring them too! Cromwell Valley Park has events such as ladybug collecting, frog roundups and many more exciting and educational activities for kids.