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Small park set aside for the natural stand of western azaleas, a grand display in April and May.


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Map Key

0.9

Miles

1.4

KM

Loop

223' 68 m

High

106' 32 m

Low

151' 46 m

Up

138' 42 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

19%

Max Grade (11°)

Dogs No Dogs

Features Birding · Wildflowers

Description

Parking for about a dozen cars is on the west side of Azalea Avenue. Picnic tables are along the south side of the parking area. The reserve has a pair of loop trails. The west side loop starts at the west end of the parking lot and winds through trees and azaleas around to the north side of the lot. The east loop starts at a sign across the road from the parking lot. This loop has more climb as it winds past more azaleas and up through tall trees. The azaleas are big pink and white blooms in April and May into June.

Flora & Fauna

Rhododendron occidentale

Contacts

Shared By:

Valerie Norton

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