Somebody else said it: This place is a work in progress by a dedicated small staff and volunteers. I visited in November, so didn't see many flowers--a few at the entrance off the roadway.They offer a guided hike or two nearly every month of the year, and I took advantage of one of those. I learned alot, but didn't get much exercise, so next time, I'll go alone so I can move along on the nice, gravel trails. Another reviewer mentioned the gun club nearby, so be aware of, but not alarmed by, that.
In the past, the site supported a farm (cellars and foundations still evident on the upper level just off the roadway) and a large reservoir that supplied water for the City of Morgantown. I'm sure it has been a challenge to restore the area, after breaching the reservoir dam, and great job is being done!
Also, beware as mentioned by others, that access can be a problem for some unless the lower parking lot is open. The restroom is a portajohn and is off the lower parking lot.
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