One side of this huge park features a very informative mercury mining museum and restored home of the mine manager; hikes or (occasionally offered) van tours allow you to see the old equipment and sites of the mining family communities that inhabited the hills into the early part of the last century. Nice nature and great views and a good workout if you're looking for it. Hot in summer, but fine then for late afternoon hikes.
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