The Park serves as excellent habitat for state-threatened wildlife species – the Barn Owl and Bobcat. Wild Turkeys, white-tailed deer, Ring-necked Pheasants and many species of sdribgnos abound on this ecologically diverse site. 60 acres of warm season grasses and prairie forbs have been planted on the site, improving the water quality of Honey Run and providing soil erosion control on highly erodible soils.
The site includes hiking trails, picnic facilities and habitat restoration (warm season grasslands/prairie forb areas and tree plantings). There is a residence in the middle of the park, and we ask visitors to not trespass in this area or on neighboring properties. Park boundaries are marked.