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Took my daughter there to see the fairy houses. Disappointed there were only about 4 left. It was a nice hike. Loved the swamp and trees. The homestead house was beautiful. Will go back to go through the museum and Nature center.
Just imagine yourself as a 5 or 6 year old, walking on a trail winding through a wooded Fairyland. At numerous spots along the trail, you will be thrilled by the fairy houses, which are so real that they invite you to stop and enjoy...More
Well maintained, beautiful park for all ages. Even fairly accessible for those with wheelchairs or walkers. We took my friend's 20-month-old daughter, not expecting her to be too invested in the Fairy Houses. She was fascinated and once she knew we were actually looking for...More
We met up with a friend to visit Tinker Nature Park. It is a beautiful park. We enjoyed the fairy houses. The trails were great. They had educational boxes along the one trail. They have benches throughout the trails. There are picnic areas and a...More
Stopped here for a walk with friends. Lovely walk through the trees, various routes to follow.
Also a special needs route done I think by the scouts.
Saw frogs, birds, chipmunks, friends also said that they had seen deer previously.
At the moment there are...More
My daughter was super excited over the thought of seeing the fairy houses. You had to follow the "crushed stone path" to find the fairies and it takes a few minutes walking in to get to the right area. She loved everyone of them and...More
Beautiful, easy hiking trails. The fairy trail is amazing and perfect for kids. There is also a playground, fitness course, garden, and house to explore. Definitely worth a stop, especially for the kids!
As others have said, the park and trail are great. If you can get a tour of the house and barn, jump at it. It is in beautiful preserved condition. All original furniture from six generations of Tinkers that lived there. The volunteer docents do...More