Nice place for a picnic. Small pond. Water has muddy appearance. Mostly local users. If you are going to travel, there are more desirable lakes in the area.
Convenient parking. Well marked trails. Some historic interest. Even in wet conditions you can keep your feet fairly dry.
This quaint little area is not very busy. I dont go to often as I have other choices closer to home, but I have never been disappointed here. The pond as a small sandy swim area and lots of fishing locations. My boys rode there bikes around the pond. We have hiked the trails and watched the wildlife. There is... More
As a runner, I love how few people are at this park. The lack of security complained about by other patrons makes for a peaceful park. Most of the people keep to themselves, and are quite polite. I really can't see what others are complaining about. Wonderful place.
Day pond is not a good place to swim or just hang out. The area is frequently closed due to high bacteria counts. If your looking for a place to walk its okay. There are leeches, eels and snakes in the water so even if it were clean enough for swimming, the local wildlife makes it unpleasant. There are much... More
This park is very nice if only you remove the people (without manners) from the equation. We got there early to get a location and table. Everything was great until shortly after noon. Then one of the large groups across the pond cranked up their stereo so the entire park was subject to their very loud music. Being near the... More
My wife and I decided to explore this little park on a whim and we were very happy we did. It seems to be an old farm (or farms) and the "discoveries" along the trails are many and varied. We hiked from the pond on The Salmon River Trail (blue blazed) and enjoyed it immensely. Old foundations and pens and... More
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