Although this park was a lot different than the photos appeared, and not exactly what I envisioned, it is a unique park worth visiting. Instead of a formal gardens, there is a 1.8 mile path that you can drive, walk or run along (we drove) that runs along the upper edge of the ravine. There are multiple pull-off spots to view the ravine and azaleas in bloom. There were several bridges and well-kept areas that were perfect for a walk through the ravine..
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