Mature woodland along streams and waterways, hills crowned with white pines, sunny wildflower meadows and shady stony ravines–varied topography and stages of woodland growth makes CMNP a magical place to learn and explore. White-tailed deer, foxes, hawks, owls, the occasional coyote, and an abundance of birds frequent the area, along with many more. CMNP is rich in diverse flora, and is working on ongoing native plant restoration.
Stop by our office for more info, or to find out about upcoming events, classes, and guided tours! Also, be sure to check out the restored historic spring house, Mahan Manor, and the two hundred year old barn that now houses the Mahan Library.
And please, walk softly, leave no trace, and respect the plants and animals you meet… Enjoy your visit!