This a partial/incomplete page as I have not yet explored Osbourndale State Park.
Osbornedale State Park has over 4.5 miles of trails and another set of unblazed trails used for fishing access along the ponds. Pickett’s Pond dominates the eastern section and is the most common access point for trails.
The park is also home to the Kellow Environmental Center which offers workshops, exhibits, nature activities, and lectures for the general public, teachers, and students. Examples include events from insect identification walks to Victorian tea workshops. Find a list of upcoming events here.
Next to the environmental center is the Osbourne Homestead Museum which is generally open with free admission from early May through October.
Hours (in 2019):
Thursday and Friday 10 AM – 3 PM
Saturday 10 AM – 4 PM
Sunday 12 noon – 4 PM
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