If you are looking for a sound day use facility (picnic, recreational fields, etc.) in a historically significant area, you can go to a number of places. You and I both know it’s not the location/amenities of a family/friends gathering that make it special, it’s the time you spend with those folks earning bragging rights at the horse shoe pit while unveiling that new dish that is the envy of the event that creates the memories. For some enchanting reason, the vintage park sign brought me back to a time when things were a lot simpler. If you need to do the same but just can’t budget the time away from work, I recommend Thomas Walker State Park. Hey, at least the sign is real. The cabin is a replica…. The park also has a mini golf course that will start many rivalries and bragging rights. By the way, Thomas Walker was an early explorer of the region preceeding Daniel Boone.
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