Description - Rich glacial soils supporting a lush growth of native woods is the scenic setting for this hidden treasure. Horseback riders, hikers, bikers and cross-country skiers enjoy several miles of trail through the forest along Brule Creek. The trees and plants attract a variety of birds sure to keep botanists and birdwatchers entertained for hours. Campers enjoy the quiet well-shaded campsites and the horse camp is the perfect base for a weekend of riding.
- Horseback riding is a big draw to this park, with 150 acres available for riding. The rolling hills covered with lush native plants provide excellent opportunities to spot some wildlife along the way.
After a day of riding, visitors can spend the night at the Union Grove horse camp, which features four electrical sites.
Recreation - Historical interest. Hiking, biking, and horseback trails, several miles through thick forest. Two picnic shelters. Playground.
Observing Nature: Bird watching. Wide variety of trees and animals. Impressive fall colors.
Located 11 miles S of Beresford off I-29