We came on a day that was not busy, and the park staff was so insightful on the history of the park. Talked all about the quarry and the railroad and the hurricane from the 1930s, that killed a couple hundred of the workers. Very interesting, the trails are flat but have some root systems, and expect to see some non-venomous spiders. You can really see the fossils, and appreciate the history of the area. It's a good little side trip
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