The park trails are beautiful by moonlight, with glimpses of animals, and maybe even the call of an owl.
We hope to see deer and nocturnal animals on this two-mile stroll along the woodland trails and the sparkling river. Dress warmly, and bring a flashlight, but you probably won't need it, especially if we have some snow on our winter wonderland.
Children should be old enough to understand walking quietly. No pets, please.
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