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Pretty spot on a nice day. Nothing extraordinary . There are quite a few birds in the marshland. The wooden walkways make it easy to get around the area. I would say it is a great handicap accessible location.
A light rainstorm came through the night before. At 8am the sky was blue, birds were chattering away. Spent 2 hours taking a real slow walk around the trail. Numerous assortment of birds, both in the trees and on the lake. What a calming experience.
Who knew it was just a lovely preserve? I didn’t read any reviews. So I was expecting celery. The photo looked lovely on TA. I didn’t study it and it was a go. Enough for me to plan a Sunday afternoon activity. We really enjoyed...More
The entrance to The Celery Farm is on Franklin Turnpike, just north of Cottage Place. Being a resident of the area for 45 years and having on Cottage Place for a few of those years, I was always amazed to see how quickly the small...More
Shhhh....don't tell anyone about the Celery Farm! It's such an awesome place to visit that we want to keep it all to ourselves! The mile-long loop in this protected wetlands is level and easily accessible from the main road. The lovely dirt trail is well-maintained...More
The paths around the Celery Farm are relatively flat so even for those who would be challenged by hilly terrain (like me) this is really a perfect place to walk. My wife and I hiked around the main lake this morning and although it was...More
The Celery Farm offers a roughly one mile walk around a lake that is often filled with migratory birds. It's a quiet place though not terribly far from busy highways. Highly recommended for birders who list what they've seen on a sign-in sheet at the...More
My wife and I regularly visit the Celery Farm to take walks and enjoy the serene surroundings. We were lucky to see many interesting birds and female Snapping Turtles going to lay their eggs. The walk around the lake is very relaxing and a great...More