Area 3,052 acres. Like Rulo Bluffs , this area has a diverse wooded habitats flora of southern affinities, and supports such species as summer tanagers, Acadian flycatchers and chuck-will’s-widows. Piliated Woodpeckers have nested here in recent years. The park is 78 percent mature forest, and the rest grassland or developed areas, with both modern and primitive camping facilities and about 20 miles of hiking trails, including a 14-mile Hardwood Trail that is moderately difficult. A boardwalk takes one to a shallow limestone cave with Native-American pictographs. Park entry permit required.