Brizendine Brothers Nature Park
The Brizendine Brothers Nature Park is a pristine 12-acre woodland park. Upon entering the park all visitors are greeted at the trail head by "Yogi," a 7' Chainsaw sculptured bear in addition to interactive wildlife sign that educates young and old alike on the local wildlife. As visitors make the 1/2 mile journey through the woodlands they will find three beautiful footbridges, totaling 217 linear feet and an open meadow in the middle, adding a second eco-system within the park. Dispersed throughout the park are three picnic tables, Red Cedar split-log benches and numerous vegetative signs, identifying native trees. The park is home to deer, wild turkeys, raccoons, squirrels, butterflies and numerous native birds. Most recently, a running stream with a 4' waterfall and pond have been added to create a truly serene and relaxing experience. Come and enjoy God's creation as you are serenaded by native song birds while taking a leisurely stroll along a crushed gravel path through the woods!