This is a popular 32-acre park with access to fishing and swimming. It is located on a peninsula that juts into the mouth of Aquia Creek. The park’s entrance road is flanked by a large marsh that attracts a variety of songbirds, as well as marsh birds. Part of the park is wooded and therefore attracts many migrant and breeding songbirds. Terns and gulls can also be seen flying over the creek channel.
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