This small urban park is comprised mostly of campsites and a disc golf course, but is surrounded by a stand of cypress and a thick hardwood hammock. Upon entering the park, turn right at the office and park at the end of the road, where the nature trail begins. Like many small urban parks, the hammocks can be good during spring and fall migration. Up to 15 species of wood-warbler have been recorded including Cape May and Black-throated Green. Other migrants recorded here include Yellow-throated Vireo and Painted Bunting. If you are really lucky you may spot a Short-tailed Hawk.