It was cool to see it, and to walk around in the forest and take a look at the creek that runs through there. They say that arrowheads and other ancient Indian tools sometimes can be found along the forest floor. One thing that struck me about the little park was the level of noise from motor vehicles from the nearby outerbelt (I-485). When you're walking around in the trees you can hear the vehicles. But when you climb up on the big rock, the noise is almost deafening.
It was a pleasant excursion. I think I'll go back and see it again one of these days.
Below the Big Rock.
|Recently installed footbridge.|
|And there it is! That big ol' rock! The black marks on it are to cover graffiti placed there by local assholes.|
|There's a very large poplar tree growing, wedged between two of the big rock formations.|
|Base of the gnarly old poplar.|
|From atop the biggest rock. If you fell from here, it would hurt you to death.|
|Little grotto between the biggest rocks.|
The constant noise of vehicle traffic (from I-485) is maddening.