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Percy B Raynor Memorial Park

55 acres, with approx. 35 acres woodland; with remaining athletic fields

Last Updated: Aug. 12, 2021; Contributor: Mindy B.

Behind the ballfields, westward, there's a lovely woodland, transitional between the wooded forests found along the North Shore and the open pine barrens. There's grassy opening of sedge and white oaks, with some pitch pines and even a white pine tree.  The property backs up on a utility power line where there are grasses and some woodies. 

An approved BMX trail will soon be ready for use, and the illegal dumping and vandalism has been cleaned up.



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What's There?
pine barrens
- pitch pine (evergreen, 3 needle pine) dominates the tree canopy, with sandy soils and bushfires common
forests & woodlands
- either hardwoods (leaves drop - oak, hickory, etc.), more open woodland, or shrublands

Percy B Raynor Memorial Park


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