Hickory Hills Park has a mid 1900’s barn, pond, and secluded campsites along hiking trails.
Bank Swallow Bend is a diverse wetland area, with great opportunities for birding. There is an active eagle nest on the property, and fishing is allowed.
Yellow Banks Park has unique foliage and pretty views, with several trails to hike and a secluded fishing spot along the river.
Thomas Mitchell Park is a popular camping area, with the perfect creek for splashing in. Stone steps lead down to shallow water, with lots of frogs and flowers. The trails are well marked and grassy or dirt. There is easy creek splashing access here, you can see more specific details about how to get into the water in this post.