I took my four kids here on a school holiday and we all enjoyed it. The trails are nice and open, there is a small tower to climb for a view, and there are many native plants. I was surprised at how few invasives and exotics there were compared to what I've seen in other parks. The only drawback was that the brochures available no longer match the trails which made navigation a little tricky. A sign did warn us however. I hope they get new ones made soon. We plan on going back and exploring more.
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