In the late 1800s, two brothers began planting a variety of trees from around the world, and this 80-acre park now features some truly beautiful trees that are not indigenous to the area. Well-kept lawns to rough grassy meadows and forested trails provide variety. Large group picnic shelters are frequently unused and there is a large playground for the kids, as well as a recreation of the large treehouse the Brown brothers had built a hundred years ago. And make sure you have a close look at the unique water fountain!
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