Not what most people expect for a "national" park. My understanding is that the area was saved in order to preserve plants that were disappearing from the landscape because of farming. Although the wildflowers are beautiful in the spring and summer, I can't say that there are flowers here that I haven't seen elsewhere. Nonetheless, it is a very lovely place for hikes and picnics.
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