Eight miles of trails of moderate difficulty wind through the Park.
We believe in low-pressure trophy whitetail buck hunting, allowing only 4-6 hunters per package. We also believe in total scent control when scouting and setting stands. You have the freedom to scout and place your own stands at a location of your choice.
The winery harmonizes with nature to cultivate premium wine grapes. Walk through the oak forests, picnic in the vineyards or wade in the creek, and stop in at the tasting room. The vineyard features fruit and grape wines from 20 varieties of grapes as well as raspberries, blackberries and gooseberries.
The collection of books and artifacts of World Famous Ornithologist Robert Ridway and artifacts from the oil, military, education, farming and medical industries are showcased here. Sunday afternoons, April to October from 1:30-4pm or by appointment.
A wide variety of fish draw anglers for sport fishing and tournaments. About five miles of trails are behind the dam, and the White Squirrel Saddles Club has an arena here. They host events and have open horse shows, sanctioned events and conduct a Gaitway to Motion program.
Aquatic Center, water slide, playground, skateboard park, soccer fields, basketball courts
Sanctuary for a wide variety of bird species
36 acres, fishing, swimming at the beach, a playground and boating!
Covered shelters, electricity and restrooms/south side of East Fork Lake
The discovery of white squirrels in the Olney area more than 100 years ago spawned local legends and continuing interest. The albino population has flourished with the aid of vigilant individuals and organizations. Search for them in area parks. Be careful, though, they are nurtured and protected by the residents, businesses and city fathers.
Covered picnic shelters, a playground, boat slips, a fitness trail and disc golf are among the amenities here.
White squirrel sightings, picnic shelters, tennis court, community building, sand volleyball, baseball and softball diamonds, horeshoes and playgrounds