Ferne Clyffe Research Paper

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Ferne Clyffe State Park is one of my favorite places to go camping. The campground hosts are very nice and caring. It is a very safe place to camp, going out and walking at night is nothing to worry about.

The campsites are very spacious and clean. Gravel or concrete campsites, picnic tables, firepits, and electricity boxes are in each campsite. Shower houses and bathrooms are very clean and heated during colder weather.

The air is crisp, fresh, and clean smelling, there are dangerous heights and splendid waterfalls that you can climb if you’re brave enough! Even though you are really not allowed to. Limestone bluffs are exhilarating to sit on the edge of.

Ferne Clyffe has a very large lake which is great for fishing. Fish populations
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A hiking trail is located on the mile long shoreline of the lake. Bank fishing is allowed, but boating and swimming is prohibited. Spectacular views of the lake can be seen from certain trails.

Picnicking is an alternative if you are not interested in camping and just want to go for a day. Seven picnic areas have tables, cooking grills, parking, and bathrooms. They also include shelters, drinking water, and playground equipment.

Round Bluff Nature Preserve is just south of the Lakeview Picnic Shelter and is fifty three acres. It has a marvelous mix of geological features and unique plant communities. Each season is beautiful , but spring and fall are unlike anything I have ever seen. Dutchman’s breeches, trillium, spring beauty, trout lily, and other flowers make this preserve the most splendid part of Ferne Clyffe. During the fall instead of green foliage turns to mixes of reds,purples, golds, and browns. All of the animals are protected in the preserve.

There are eighteen different magnificent trails, each of them measuring two to six miles long! The woods are green and radiant during the spring, and colors of purple, gold, red, and brown during the
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